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Community & Outreach

Connecting Nature, Science and the Community. " Nature is a living laboratory.  If you take a moment to listen, smell, and observe what is around you, you will find yourself being curious and asking questions about nature.  Science begins with a question and nature provides the right place for anyone to ask and answer questions... Outreach nature programs, provide us the opportunity to enjoy, appreciate and learn about nature. These experiences are crucial to understand the importance of conserving nature” Wendy P. Tori (2010).

Sand Hill Crane - Earlham Community

A natural history trip - sponsored by Vicki Penziner Matson Endowed Fund

     
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Discovering Florida's Fauna & Flora

Natural history expedition learning about ecological communties - sponsored by Vicki Penziner Matson Endowed Fund

     
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Children Discovering Science

Reaching out to the community, understanding nature in where you live

     
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Earlham Back-campus Clean-up

Reaching out to the Earlham community, being a nature steward

     
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Earlham College · 801 National Road West · Richmond, Indiana 47374-4095, U.S.
Department of Biology · Phone: (765) 983-1210 · Fax: (765) 983-1497