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Sheri Soyka

Nysmith School, Soyka Consulting

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Gladstone Elementary School 21st CCLC and NOAA/NAAEE participants in the Mystic Aquarium program adopting their local watershed and doing a marine debris clean up.
Students working outside, adopting their local watershed. Photo by Ayana Melvan.
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Each month, Watershed STEM Grantees will share stories about implementing their projects, adapting to challenges, and working collaboratively towards a blue planet in the eeBLUE: Watershed Chronicles blog posts on eePRO. Join us on their journeys! This month, Ayana Melvan, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Mission Programs at Mystic Aquarium shares her professional journey.

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Sustainable Communities! How Will We Help Our...

September 21, 2021

The Smithsonian Science Education Center has released “Sustainable Communities! How will we help...

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World People of Nature Day

September 17, 2021

WeNaturalists is introducing 'World People of Nature Day' on 1st October to celebrate the...

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Astronaut Journaling Video

September 17, 2021

Have students who don't like journaling? Perhaps relating it to space adventure will inspire...

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2022 Budding Botanist Grant Application

September 17, 2021

Any public school, charter school or private school serving students in grades K to 12 in the...

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NOAA Environmental Literacy Program FY2022...

September 15, 2021

The NOAA Office of Education has issued a competitive funding opportunity for projects that develop...

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A Professional Journey in Cultivating Stewardship...

September 15, 2021

Each month, Watershed STEM Grantees will share stories about implementing their projects, adapting...

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