We made a new video on how to safely apply herbicide to control arundo and castor bean in riparian areas or anywhere actually. Robert, our field superintendent is making his documentary debut. Enjoy!
The Field Station!!!
In 2019, we obtained a $250,000 grant from Proposition 68 (thank you voters) from the San Diego River Conservancy. We give a BIG thank you to the Conservancy and its board for its faith in this project. This aerial shows the portable classrooms. They will be placed on a foundation, connected to utilities and hopefully open for business next year. Below is an image of the plan for how they will be arranged on the site.
Who are the partners with this project?
We are working with Lakeside School District, Cajon Valley School District and Santee School District.
Because each of these school districts has a deep commitment to science and to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and each understands the best way to teach science is in a child's own 'backyard' that is filled with water, mud, bugs, and bunnies. This has been a recipe for inspiring curiosity, deep questions about how the natural world works, and the creation of hypothesis since children have been exploring the natural world.