Navarre High students conduct research in South America

Students hiked to Santa Lucia, an Ecuadorian cloud forest reserve, and worked with scientists to conduct field tests like bird mist netting, herpetology walks and carbon measuring of the local forests. Pictured are (back row, left to right) Tim Harms, Caroline Acton, Ian Turoff, Sam and Hayden Hudson. (front row) Anthony Mungle, Jake Zwald, Laura Harms, Jasmine Jordan, Hannah Harms and Justin Franks.

Students hiked to Santa Lucia, an Ecuadorian cloud forest reserve, and worked with scientists to conduct
field tests like bird mist netting, herpetology walks and carbon measuring of the local forests. Pictured
are (back row, left to right) Tim Harms, Caroline Acton, Ian Turoff, Sam and Hayden Hudson. (front row)
Anthony Mungle, Jake Zwald, Laura Harms, Jasmine Jordan, Hannah Harms and Justin Franks.

Students from Navarre High School visited Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands this summer to learn about environmental conservation.

Environmental science teacher Ian Turoff led students on the trip to offer them a different perspective on the subject.

Read more in the Aug. 21 issue of Navarre Press or subscribe online here.

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