NatSci Junction afterschool enrichment – Where Nature and Science collide

Have a student who loves nature or science? E-Corps after school enrichment program. Thursdays at the E-Learning.

 Register them for the NatSci Junction for an infusion of STEAM and combat Nature Deficit Disorder.

Learn more here NatSci Junction | E-Corps Expeditions Inc..

Register here    Pay here

Want us in your school? We are currently looking for partners! Contact the crew@e-corps.org

 

Davidson’s Herp Project

 

Carolina Herp Atlas – Home.  E-Corps is going to participate and take our followers along for the ride!  All our NatSci Walks and expeditions we will be tracking some Herps.  Our naturalist formerly suffers from ophiophobia (fear of snakes) after a few sweaty up-close encounters she is amazed at these creatures. From the muscles that make them move to the scales that grasp, snakes are so cool! She still avoids those cat-eyed (elliptical pupils) snakes those guys are the venomous (yes venomous I am not eating the snake only then he would be poisonous). Still not convinced we need snakes? Ever done rodent math? 1 female can have 5-10 liters of 5-6 offspring in one year. if she has 18 female offspring this will result in 630 rodents from just one mated pair. Uck! over run with rodents chow down Mr. Snake!

 

Our Wild North Carolina Take The Challenge

OWNC

This is a fantastic way to celebrate & increase awareness about our state’s 12 wilderness areas and 5 study areas, the NC Sierra Club is offering a certificate and limited edition NC Wilderness Act 30th Anniversary patch to any and all who visit all of these areas.

50 years ago, the Wilderness Act of 1964 protected two wilderness areas in North Carolina.

30 years ago, the North Carolina Wilderness Act designated seven new wilderness areas and protected five more as study areas.

http://www.ourwildnc.org/  What a fantastic CHALLENGE! I am signed up and ready to go!

NCWA        WSA

My first three will be Pocosin, Catfish Lake, and Sheep Ridge in May 2014! This will be an expedition to remember! Watch for the posts!

Karan@E-corps.org

Check the patch out! Get more information here http://www.ourwildnc.org/

Wilderness explorer