Going Green: Back to Nature

Students will learn about the importance of watersheds and what we can do to protect them as they participate in a lab activity to test stream water for macro invertebrates and water quality at the Little Creek Nature Area in Florissant, MO. Find related curricular resources by clicking the Educational Material tab.

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Going Green: Back to Nature

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Curriculum: Going Green: Back to Nature program summary, pre and post program activities, vocabulary, and standards.

Reference Card: Stream Insects & Crustaceans

Data Chart: Aquatic Macroinvertebrates Characteristics Chart

Insect Data Sheet: Macroinvertebrates Data Collection Sheet

Reference Sheet: Monitoring Water Quality

Worksheet: Water Quality Science Worksheet

Water Data Sheet: Water Quality Testing Data Collection Sheet

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