Climate and Our Changing Forest

Climate and Our Changing Forest

Discover the dynamics of interconnected forests, fungi networks and the woods wide web! Create a dendrochronology analysis of weather patterns over time. Explore how a changing climate affects flora and fauna, and collect data valuable to citizen science projects.

Climate change is an urgent, and often misunderstood, environmental challenge. Climate and Our Changing Forest explores the role that scientific investigation and data collection plays in our understanding of climate science. Hand’s-on citizen science projects allow students to contribute to a wide body of scientific knowledge while learning about and participating in regional initiatives to combat the impacts of climate change.

Subjects: Earth Systems, Life Science
Program Type: Guided Program Cumming Nature Center

Where is it?

Cumming Nature Center

When is it?

Days Available: Wednesday, Thursday
Anytime except Except 11/13-12/26/17
Program Length: Full Day
Earliest Start Time: 9am

Who Should Attend?

Grades: 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
Maximum Attendence: 60

How Much Does It Cost?

Cost: Group Admission: $3 per student; PLUS $4 additional per person program charge; 1 free adult with every 5 students; RMSC Member Adults free

How To Book?

Call: 585.697.1942
Reservation Timeframe: 2 wks

Need More Information?

Name: Nathan Hayes
Phone: 585.374.6160

Other Information


LS2.B Cycles of Matter and Energy Transfer in Ecosystems

LS2.C Ecosystem Dynamics, Functioning and Resilience

ESS2.D Weather and Climate

NGSS Keywords: Life Science and Earth Systems, Ecosystems. Structure, Function & Information Processing. Organisms, Plants & Animals. LS2.A Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

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