- macroinvertebrate and amphibian identification and how that relates to water health
- how different organisms are present based on things like water temperature, water level, and whether the water is still or moving
- plant matter, and how it provides shelter and food
- pH, nitrogen, and phosphorus, as additional factors involved in making a healthy pond
Registration is only for the students participating in the Pond Discovery program. There is no charge for parents or younger siblings tagging along. This field trip is recommended for the students of our Nature Study co-op class.
The first 25 spots are taken, but we can open up 10 more if there is interest. So please sign up on the waiting list.
Co-op Classes meet in Stark Hall at the Congregational Church of Goffstown. The entrance to the hall is the red door on Church Street in the village of Goffstown.