Homeschool II: Spring into Citizen Science Jeff Mazur Tuesdays, March 12 - June 4 (No program April 2, 16, May 7) 10:00am -2:00pm Members: $450/Non-members: $560 Non-refundable within a week of the program, all refunds incur a 10% administrative fee. Limited to 15 participants per age group. Spring is an amazing time of year! As the natural world begins to wake up from winter there are lots of changes happening. As part of Spring into Citizen Science – we will become researchers. Working with scientists on local and national science projects, collecting data that matters! For this homeschool series we will dive into different science projects and asking lots of questions, such as: What do spotted salamanders do in spring? Who are our local migrating fish, and why do they migrate? When do flowers bloom and buds burst? And more! Kids can offer a new way of looking at an issue, so bring your scientific mind, observation skills and unique perspective to our class. Through observation, special guests, field trips, and surveys, we will study the world around us and contribute to science while also having fun, exploring and playing games. Non-refundable within a week of the program; all refunds incur a 10% administrative fee.