We look forward to welcoming your young scientist to the New Jersey School of Conservation on Monday. We have an exciting day of research-oriented activities planned which will include:
- Conducting an assessment of the water quality of the Big Flatbrook by collecting, identifying, and classifying macroinvertebrates,
- Working with telemetry equipment to learn how a population of animals can be tracked and monitored,
- And using photography as a tool in documenting and recording research findings.
A signed liability waiver is required for each participating student. The form can be submitted electronically here or can be downloaded here and returned to school on the day of the trip.
The Friends of NJSOC