On Wednesday Boston Winterim headed into Boston to visit the Museum of Science to learn more about the science involved in the project and whole lot more! Students went to an IMAX film on the National Parks. During the movie they learned about the history of the conservation movement, how national and state parks were established, and the types of support they need.
Students also had a chance to visit many of the other exhibits, including the new water exhibit. In one area of the exhibit you can learn about how parking lots, industry, and plants can have negative and positive impacts on waterways. This was relevant given the large parking lot adjacent to Hammond Pond.
It was a fun day and students were energized to continue their work on improving the experience of visitors to Hammond Pond Reservation and Webster Woods.