For the third year in a row, Earthscope is bringing it's Teen Environmental Media program to Ms. Bruno's classroom at Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley. Students are in the process of learning about media and the environment. The dozen or so student reporters will research, conduct interviews, write, and record their own stories which will air on KALW Public Radio in San Francisco and KWMR West Marin.
The class has already interviewed Dr. Nat Seavy (above) from PRBO Conservation Science about California's native bird species and how a well designed levy system can help protect precious habitat along with farming interests in the Central Valley. The students also recently took a trip to the school's outdoor garden (below) where they identified many vegetables, fruits, herbs and spices. They also learned about composting.
Keep following this blog for updates and stories from Ms. Bruno's class. For More information visit Earthscope Media 's website.