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Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies cooks up Slough Stew
Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies cooks up Slough Stew

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Beluga Wetlands Ecology Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
(Seth Spencer)
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Two-hour program explores coastal wetlands along the shores of the freshwater Beluga Lake and estuarine Beluga Slough. Students compare and contrast the two types of wetlands, learn about wetlands functions and how to collect and identify aquatic invertebrates. April-October. Summer programs may be arranged for homeschool groups and youth ... Yes Outdoors
Wildlife Science
Watershed Science
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Habitats Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
(Seth Spencer)
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This two hour field trip defines and explores different habitats of the Wynn Nature Center. Habitats explored includes: spruce forests, bogs, and meadows. August-October. $75 per class. Yes Outdoors
Plant Science
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Exxon Valdez Oil Spill The Pratt Museum
(Chessie Sharp)
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The Pratt Museum has developed an Oil Spill lab that is broken into 3 stations. The first station or table is piled with items made from petroleum. The students are asked if they can identify any items that are not made out of petroleum. They are also asked if they ... Yes Indoors
Fishing
Conservation
Human History
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Scavenger Hunt The Pratt Museum
(Chessie Sharp)
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Students are given laminated questions and are asked to explore the galleries and find the answers. For example, “Oil is not just used for fuel. Many common household things are also made from oil. Find the display showing different items — Which one of these things is not made from ... Yes
Wildlife Science
Indoors
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