Monday, February 10, 2020 from 6:30pm – 8pm
Marine Creek Land Scholars present Native Seedball Germination Study
Marine Creek Land Scholars is a joint venture between Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus & Marine Creek Collegiate High School. Working with TCC professors & MCCHS teachers, these high school students learn environmental awareness, conservation skills, & biological field techniques. TCC-NW professor Greta Bowling is working with the students to develop a native seed study, the results of which they will present at the Texas Society for Ecological Restoration conference in November 2020.
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