Monday, April 27, 2009

Kids can do science with sunflowers and insects

There's an article in the San Francisco Chronicle about the Great Sunflower project.

Highly recommended.

Also, starting this year, participants can make observations on native plants, including bee balm (Monarda), tickseed (Coreopsis) and goldenrod (Solidago.)

Join the project and contribute your observations. It's easy and fun.

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