Do the Rot Thing: Soils & Composing
Get ready to dig in and investigate the importance of natural cycling! A rarely explored but incredibly important realm of our world’s natural cycles lies right under our feet, in the dark, rich soils. Solve the mysteries of the wiggly creatures that live underneath us consuming items we no longer want and transforming them into the nutrients we need. After learning about chemical cycling, students will experiment with different compost types. Secondary level students will develop a timeline with steps they can take to create school site composting centers.
Class curriculum addresses Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
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Scheduling a Program
Submit an online request form. You may also call our Education Office at (925) 947-6712 or email us. Enrollment is limited; please schedule early for the best selection of dates. Our programs are not limited to what you see in our brochure. Please contact us with special requests via email or phone 925-947-6712.
- Maximum group size is 30 students; multiple classes cannot be combined
- A minimum of two programs is required per visit to your school
- All field trips require one adult for every five children
- Teachers and chaperones are responsible for students at all times
Our programs can be tailored to meet the needs, interests and abilities of any group, including home-school programs, day-care classes and scout troups. Let us know if your students have special needs, or if there is a special emphasis you would like during the program.
Program fees will be refunded if cancellations are made at least four weeks prior to your reserved date. In the event of inclement weather, programs will be held indoors or rescheduled if possible.