78 unique individuals representing 41 different organizations across the Commonwealth took part in the first year of our educational field trips this summer.
This fall, Boston will experience a spectacular tidal event: the Perigean Spring Tides (also called King Tides). These “wicked high tides” result in high tides that are 2-4 feet higher than normal. This natural phenomenon occurs a few times each year, and gives us a window into how sea level rise will soon start affecting our daily lives.
The Stone Living Lab has joined the steering committee for the 2023 Climate Beacon Conference to be held in Boston October 10 & 11.
Reflections from our second year of the Summer Teacher Institute by Summer Fellow Daria Healey!
The City of Boston is experiencing climate change and taking action to build urban resiliency through their Climate Ready Boston initiative. In Season 6, Episode 2 of the EWN® Podcast, Host Sarah Thorne is joined by Co-host Andrew McQueen, Research Biologist in the Environmental Laboratory of the Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE, and Joe Christo, Managing Director of the Stone Living Lab in Boston, Massachusetts.
This spring, SLL and National Parks Service (NPS) staff created and piloted a series of brand-new lessons with fifth graders at Samuel Adams Elementary in East Boston. We used phenology to answer the question: "How do we know something is changing?"
This year we are thrilled to welcome two summer staff members to the Lab: Sarah Hope and Daria Healey! They are joining the Education and Engagement team to bring our programming to all kinds of events and communities this summer, as well as supporting our second Teacher Institute
Join the Stone Living Lab, Woods Hole Group, Duxbury Beach Reservation, and MA Office of Coastal Zone Management for one of four educational field trips this season!
Reflections from our second annual Educators Workshop.