CSA Participates in Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel’s Earth Day


Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel hosted their 2nd Annual Earth Day on Saturday, June 2nd and it was a huge success! Around 150 members from the community visited booths which provided information on protecting our natural environments and fun activities to participate in.

The Climate Science Alliance was invited to share our Climate Kids Carnivores Traveling Trunk with attendees. Our Carnivores trunk features animal pelts and skulls for people to observe and touch and engages participates on the importance of these animals. We also provided an art activity, in which children colored in a commitment from our “10 Things You Can Do To Help” poster. After completing this activity, these new Climate Kids received a coloring book and button.

Learn more about our Traveling Trunks and how you can check one out for your classroom here.

This event was partially funded through the Whale Tail Grant. Thank you!

#WhaleTailGrant #BuildingCommunity #ClimateKidsTribes #TribalWorkingGroup

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