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Rachel has spent the last two years as a student researcher exploring the toxicity and use patterns of waterpipe tobacco smoke and other alternative tobacco products, and will share that work in this talk.
Meet Rachel Hendricks, a PhD student at Davidson college studying the effects of alternative-use tobacco products. Rachel has developed a free NGSS curriculum for k-8 students to learn about the human impacts of using these products.
Nancy Kinner, PhD speaks on mitigating the potential impacts of oil spills in the Arctic and he research into prevention.
Learn how waste is disposed of, techniques for minimizing waste, and the impact of composting on waste management.
Headwaters’ Program Director Spencer Eusden shares a citizen science project where he assisted in collecting data on butterflies.
Learn about the role of worms in soil as you craft a yummy treat!
In this lesson, we address the science behind wildfire and address some critical questions.
Learn how to cultivate your own microbe community through this easy at-home science lesson.
Learn about how Microclimates develop and are identified, and how they make unique habitats for various species.