A Natural Ecology Lab Along the Delaware River in the First State to Require K-12 Climate Education

two sisters working on a school project together at home on their laptops in a bright and A Natural Ecology Lab Along the Delaware River in the First State to Require K-12 Climate Education
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Takeaways:

  •  A nature park in Palmyra, New Jersey, is a 250-acre ecosystem with wetlands, woods, a river shoreline and an Institute for Earth Observations for students.
  • The Institute will give students a hands-on approach to learning about climate change and collecting and analyzing the data.
  • “This generation of students will feel the effects of climate change more than any other, and it is critical that every student is provided an opportunity to study and understand the climate crisis through a comprehensive, interdisciplinary lens”, said Tammy Murphy, wife of Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy.

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