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A group of students overlooking San Elijo Lagoon Channel
  • Location: Nature Center More Info

    Time: 3 hours

  • Cost: $15 per student
    Group Size: Minimum 10 / Maximum 50

How do humans benefit from and maintain biodiverse ecosystems? Guided by this question, student scientists will investigate the health of the San Elijo Lagoon ecosystem. Throughout the program, students will collect data indicating biodiversity, discuss ecosystem services to humans, and make claims about how humans can impact our natural systems.

The complete Preserving Biodiversity learning unit is aligned to NGSS: MS-ESS3-3, MS-LS2-5