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11 Nov

Data Visualization for Community Science Projects – Webinar for Educators

Crystal Cove Conservancy partners with Crystal Cove State Park and local researchers to understand the best way to protect the park’s ecosystems, but we can’t do it alone.  We’ve created environmental challenges that students can help solve online. These challenges might include analyzing a large data set and sharing your findings back with us or developing and testing solutions to an engineering challenge. Join us for a 1 hour webinar for educators to learn about these environmental challenges, and how…

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16 Nov

Monitoring Human Impacts in Crystal Cove’s MPA – PORTS Home Learning Program

Join Crystal Cove Conservancy, Crystal Cove State Park, and California State Parks' PORTS program for a special Home Learning Program on Monday, November 16th from 1-2pm! Middle school and high school students are invited to visit the tidepools virtually with Crystal Cove State Park PORTS Interpreter Alex and Crystal Cove Conservancy Educator Kaitlin to help us study human impacts on our rocky intertidal ecosystem. Learn about how we monitor Crystal Cove State Park’s Marine Protected Area (MPA) and help collect…

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17 Nov

Welcome to Project Crystal – Webinar for Educators

During Project Crystal, 5th grade students are invited to virtually take part in ecological research in Moro Canyon!  As your students help Crystal Cove Conservancy, Crystal Cove State Park, and UC Irvine study the best way to help native seedlings grow, they’ll learn about concepts like plant ecology, the water cycle, and how we can use science ideas to protect our wild places. This program is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards for fifth grade. The curriculum includes six learning…

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3 Dec

Explore at Home Investigations – Webinar for Educators

Looking for ways to help your students to connect with nature and explore their own home or neighborhood?  Our Explore at Home Investigations will do just that! Crystal Cove Conservancy’s education team has developed short, 30-minute  investigations that invite learners to explore the outdoors from home, whether by making observations out a window, sketching in a nature journal in their backyard, or taking a family walk through their neighborhood.   Join us for a one hour webinar for educators on Thursday,…

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9 Dec

Welcome to Project Crystal – Webinar for Educators

During Project Crystal, 5th grade students are invited to virtually take part in ecological research in Moro Canyon!  As your students help Crystal Cove Conservancy, Crystal Cove State Park, and UC Irvine study the best way to help native seedlings grow, they’ll learn about concepts like plant ecology, the water cycle, and how we can use science ideas to protect our wild places. This program is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards for fifth grade. The curriculum includes six learning…

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