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UK and Sarah K find common ground

Go ahead.
I dare you.
Next time you see Sarah K, say "KNOTWEED!"
Brace yourself for the response.

All systems go

Data entry form. Check!

Database. Check!!

Data visualization. Check!!!

Vanilla

Just took a look at a completed class set of datasheets.

Was struck by how closely the students’ site descriptions and captions mirror the examples given on the datasheet.

Beware the invasive pig bird bug

Some fine Canadian humor:

Please pass the disconnect

Chatted with Sue Richman this PM. Sue is a HS Biology teacher in South Portland who was one of our AIM teachers. I joined her students last fall as they learned about invasive species via evolution. Interesting approach. A conversation for another day.

BWETMWEEEEEENOAAAAAA!

If you hear us yelling that through the hallways, it means that our proposal to NOAA's Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-Wet) Program to create a Meaningful Watershed Education Experience (MWEE) in Maine was funded!

Seeding the database

The online data visualization prototype is in the works and nearing completion. We are gearing up for tests in Falmouth, Sanford, Kennebunk....

South Bristol howls

From: Edward Seidel
To: Sarah Morrisseau; Sarah Kirn
Subject: The wolf howls at midnight...

Package was delivered at 1100 hours to South Portland. Operative was thrilled with acquisition and sends regards. Children jumping up and down and looking forward to catching crayfish.

Q out

I am a Vital Signs??

The new "I am a PC"campaign got my attention as a potential motivator for Vital Signs involvement - a way to build community or connect community or showcase community.

What kind of airplane is it?

I observed students using our species cards to find invasive upland plants. Here's what screamed out. Plug your ears.

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