Experiential Learning in the Natural Environment

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  • The Million Tree Challenge CESC President Dr. David Bain is launching the Million Tree Challenge.  The challenge seeks to increase the food available to killer whales by matching whale watchers with restoration groups to ...
    Posted Dec 31, 2014, 10:35 AM by CESC Management
  • PARR CREEK RESTORATION FUNDED CESC will be working with Woodinville Montessori School, the City of Bothell, the King Conservation District, and local business to help restore Parr Creek.
    Posted Dec 2, 2012, 3:12 PM by CESC Management
  • Fall Field Trips Continue The Cascadia Environmental Science Center continues its popular stream observation field program with trips back to North Creek in Bothell. The program has been extended with inclusion of even more ...
    Posted Nov 8, 2011, 7:07 PM by CESC Management
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Facing the Future


Visit
www.facingthefuture.org to download free, standards-based, easy-to-use curriculum resources for grades K-12 that engage students in their learning and encourage them to think critically about global issues and sustainable solutions.

Woodinville Montessori School


CESC recently guided 1-3 graders from the Woodinville Montessori School through the basics of stream monitoring. Led by Dr. David Bain, CESC members helped these young students understand the natural characteristics, the chemistry and the physical parameters of a nearby stream.  This field class will be followed soon by two more.  A wet debut but a success!

Earth Day 2010 at Saint Edward State Park



Earth Day 2010 at Saint Edward State Park was a joint project involving Washington State Parks, Friends of St. Edward State Park, and CESC.  We are extremely pleased at the warm response by the community and the outstanding generosity of local businesses.  A great success and thanks to all the many volunteers who made it possible.