The Verde Institute partnered with Grand Canyon Youth, NRCD Environmental Education Center, AZ State Parks Family Campout program, and Audubon Arizona to bring the VRI Macroinvertebrate Sampling program to conduct a Macroinvertebrate Assessment. Macroinvertebrates are organisms that live underwater in our streams and rivers, lack a backbone, and can be
Over the summer The Tonto Creek Camp started a Summer STEAM Camp in the City of Payson. This event was created to allow students access to different science, technology, engineering, arts, and math activities as well as give them hands-on activities that take them into the natural world and helps
In October 2017, the Show Low Public Library became a collaborator of the community by launching a public makerspace. In March of 2018, the library created a set of astronomy-oriented grab and go activities, programming and resources supporting their NASA community grant. These grab and go kits allowed students to
With Cochise County students out of school on Fridays, Huachuca City Library wanted to offer more resources to keep children engaged and inspired. In order to do so, they partnered with AZ Rural Activation & Innovation Network (RAIN) to get funding for STEAM Fridays. How did they do it?