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Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions | PHOTOS

Sixth grader students from Murray Hill Middle School gather in front of the historic farm house at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock before moving on to the "Climate Solutions Discovery Trail." They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)

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Approximately 90 6th graders from Murray Hill Middle School arrive at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock for "Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions." Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Approximately 90 6th graders from Murray Hill Middle School arrive at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Approximately 90 6th graders from Murray Hill Middle School arrive at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Approximately 90 6th graders from Murray Hill Middle School arrive at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Approximately 90 6th graders from Murray Hill Middle School arrive at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, make their way to the "Carbon Cafe" learning station at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, make their way to the "Carbon Cafe" learning station at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, make their way to the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they will learn about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, make their way to the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they will learn about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Declan Murphy, Chesapeake Conservation Corps, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Declan Murphy, Chesapeake Conservation Corps, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Dave Lyon, Volunteer Naturalist, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Dave Lyon, Volunteer Naturalist, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Jennelle Asiedu, 11, weighs a sample of "food" she has selected for lunch to compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Jennelle Asiedu, 11, weighs a sample of "food" she has selected for lunch to compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Jennelle Asiedu, 11, (left) weighs a sample of "food" she has selected for lunch to compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Jennelle Asiedu, 11, (left) weighs a sample of "food" she has selected for lunch to compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Placards at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station illustrate the delivery from "farm to table" for a discussion about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. Sixth grade students from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Placards at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station illustrate the delivery from "farm to table" for a discussion about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. Sixth grade students from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Arman Chisti, 11 (center) selects "lunch" foods to weigh,to weigh and compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Arman Chisti, 11 (center) selects "lunch" foods to weigh,to weigh and compare the carbon footprint to other food selections at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station. Middle School sixth graders from Murray Hill are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip, recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Howard County Schools, Instructional Facilitator for Secondary Science, Jackie Austin, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. Austin participates in such programs so she can observe first-hand how thes programs are received by students. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Howard County Schools, Instructional Facilitator for Secondary Science, Jackie Austin, leads a group of Sixth-grade students from Murray Hill Middle School, at the "Carbon Cafe" learning station where they learned about the carbon footprint from the foods they select to eat. Austin participates in such programs so she can observe first-hand how thes programs are received by students. They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Howard County Conservancy Executive Director, Meg Boyd, (left) leads her group of sixth graders from Murray Hill to the next learning station. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Howard County Conservancy Executive Director, Meg Boyd, (left) leads her group of sixth graders from Murray Hill to the next learning station. Students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Program Assistant, Ana Campbell (left) introduces the "Tree Canopy" station to a group of students. Sixth graders from Murray Hill Middle school are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Program Assistant, Ana Campbell (left) introduces the "Tree Canopy" station to a group of students. Sixth graders from Murray Hill Middle school are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sixth graders (left to right) Khalil, Malloy, 11, Dllas Lane, 11, and Gianna Bagley, 11, participate in an experiment at the "Tree Canopy" station that illustrates the effects tree canopies have on the environment and rain water. Students from Murray Hill Middle School are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sixth graders (left to right) Khalil, Malloy, 11, Dllas Lane, 11, and Gianna Bagley, 11, participate in an experiment at the "Tree Canopy" station that illustrates the effects tree canopies have on the environment and rain water. Students from Murray Hill Middle School are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sharon Gustin, Volunteer Naturalist, leads a group of sixth grade students from Murray Hill Middle School at the "Tree Canopy" station. 11 year old, Khalil Malloy, is spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sharon Gustin, Volunteer Naturalist, leads a group of sixth grade students from Murray Hill Middle School at the "Tree Canopy" station. 11 year old, Khalil Malloy, is spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
At the "Tree Canopy" station, 11 year old, Khalil Malloy, is spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
At the "Tree Canopy" station, 11 year old, Khalil Malloy, is spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
At the "Tree Canopy" station, (left to right) Aniya Dean, 11, Arman Chisti, 11, and Maria Lopez, 12, are spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
At the "Tree Canopy" station, (left to right) Aniya Dean, 11, Arman Chisti, 11, and Maria Lopez, 12, are spraying water into a paint tray simulating rain. The sponges represent a tree canopy planted on a hill. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. The students are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sixth grader, Amayri Evans, 11, assists Program Assistant, Ana Campbell at the "Tree Canopy" station. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. Students from Murray Hill Middle School are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sixth grader, Amayri Evans, 11, assists Program Assistant, Ana Campbell at the "Tree Canopy" station. The experiment illustrates the benefits tree canopies have on the environment with rain water run-off. Students from Murray Hill Middle School are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Climate Xpedition: Journey to Solutions
Sixth grader students from Murray Hill Middle School gather in front of the historic farm house at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock before moving on to the "Climate Solutions Discovery Trail." They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System.
Sixth grader students from Murray Hill Middle School gather in front of the historic farm house at The Howard County Conservancy in Woodstock before moving on to the "Climate Solutions Discovery Trail." They are participating in the climate change curriculum field trip. The curriculum was recently introduced as a new course option for students in the Howard County Public School System. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
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