Date(s) - 04/27/2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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O.C. Brown Park
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Get your feet wet with this hands-on stream ecology lesson to measure the stream health of the North Fork Dear Creek. Students will use nets to capture stream insects and learn how to use a dichotomous key to identify species found in the stream.
We’ll also be taking other water measurements and comparing the health of our stream to others around Oregon.
What to Wear
We will be getting wet! Wear boots if you can. Students without boots or who do not want to get into the water will still be able to participate.
Douglas County parks do require a parking fee. The O.C. Brown parking pass is $4/day or Douglas County parking pass is $30/year.
Elementary ages. Older preschoolers are welcome for this one as well.
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