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Three 6th graders
Three 6th graders from Madrona inspect a soil sample for invertebrates.
Photo by Tim Stetter
adult volunteer
An adult volunteer assists students with blackberry removal.
Photo by Tim Stetter
Science Teacher
Madrona Science Teacher Thatcher Wood lends a hand with the planting of a native tree.
Photo by Su Thieda

student counts plants
A student counts plants and invertebrates within a meter-square quadrat.
Photo by Su Thieda
counting worms
Science might include an experiment counting worms in different soils.
Photo by Tim Stetter
experiment on soil temperature
Seattle Public Schools Science Coach Kathryn Kelsey helps a student analyze the results of her experiment on soil temperature.
Photo by Tim Stetter

Science Coach
Seattle Public Schools Science Coach Susan Swan helps students construct a data table.
Photo by Tim Stetter
restoration activity
A group of students accepts their first challenge in the restoration activity.
Photo by Su Thieda
Burke Museum Environmental Educator
Burke Museum Environmental Educator Tim Stetter works with a team of students to restore a meadow habitat.
Photo by Dana Beaudry

 soil temperature test
A team in the science activity tests for soil temperature in different areas of the park.
Photo by Tim Stetter
Spring at Magnuson Park
Spring at Magnuson Park can be a beautiful time for a field trip. Photo by Su Thieda
Photo by Su Thieda
Magnuson Outdoor Learning Lab
Teamwork is a key to the success of the Magnuson Outdoor Learning Lab.
Photo by Tim Stetter

Students inspect a soil
Students inspect a soil sample for invertebrates, like worms, beetles, and ants.
Photo by Tim Stetter
EarthCorps interns
EarthCorps interns help students learn to use different tools in the restoration process.
Photo by Tim Stetter
invasive plant removal
Students contribute to invasive plant removal at Magnuson Park.
Photo by Tim Stetter

blackberry root
A student shows off a prize-winning blackberry root.
Photo by Tim Stetter