Summer Eco-Camp 2014 Pilot
Sociedad Latina STEAM Team Meadow Club
Cambridge Science Festival 2015
MEES Conference 2015
Healing the Earth through Education
Even students who think they don't like science or think they can't do well in science will learn that science is fun and a vehicle for bringing them outdoors where they can explore nature.
Meadowscaping for Biodiversity (Meadowscaping) is an outdoor, project-based, environmental education program that provides middle school youth with real-world experiences in STEAM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), while inspiring and empowering them to address challenges to the environment and human society.
Creative programs taught by master educators provide student participants with hands-on learning methods that are practical tools for understanding the world.
MEADOWSCAPING offers a meaningful, empowering opportunity for youth to get outside, develop environmental literacy, and apply knowledge and experience to solving problems affecting their local community.
RiverFest--June 20, 2015--Waltham, MA
Jean Devine, left, Barbara Passero, center, and Waltham Mayor Jeannette McCarthy at Meadowscaping photo booth.
Ugandan childrens dance troop.