Updated: Jul 30, 2021
Allison and her team (Professor Smalley from Rider University, and intern Paul M) are commended for their great success in researching what kinds of microscopes work best, how to collect the plankton, teach, development of a new photo library, etc and have done this all while keeping in budget and on schedule. She has even obtained loaner microscopes from DelVal U for this project. We hope you can join us on Aug 28, to observe, and offer any feedback.
Date: Saturday Aug 28 • 9am-11am
Location: picnic tables, our dock site in D&R Canal state park Lambertville
Demonstration; feedback; light refreshment.
SPLASH board has been invited to attend as well.
“This class was so educational, and my son absolutely loved being able to see the little critters under the microscope” Laura M., Lambertville
The Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic Management Council (www.lowerdelawarewildandscenic.org) supported SPLASH Delaware River Floating Classroom’s Water Education for the Public: Phytoplankton: Jews of the Delaware River with funding from the National Park Service (CFDA: 15.962 – National Wild and Scenic River System.