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RE: News Item...Cornell University Garden Mosaics

  • Subject: [cg] RE: News Item...Cornell University Garden Mosaics
  • From: "Jamila Walida Simon" jws62@cornell.edu
  • Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 15:47:03 -0500

To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing to share an exciting new program with you and your
organization. Please review the below and feel free
to cut and paste the attached press release in your print and
e-newsletters. For your convenience, I have
attached the Garden Mosaics black and white logo for inclusion in your
newsletters as well. 
Last, I would like to apologize in advance for any cross-postings and I
hope that you find this news helpful.
Free Interactive Science Education DVD from Cornell University 
Cornell University's Garden Mosaics Program recently released an
innovative series of new products, including an interactive DVD for
educators. DVD users will be able to view live footage of educators
conducting program activities with youth and elders, download the
Program Manual including a series of illustrated activity and fact
sheets, and link to many other educational resources. Additional
products available through the Garden Mosaics website include 37
colorful illustrated Science Pages, covering topics ranging from
airphotos to insects, to unusual plants and their uses. A free copy of
the Interactive DVD is available for a limited time to the first 500
educators who fill out a short evaluation survey on the Garden Mosaics
Garden Mosaics is funded by the National Science Foundation and private
donors. Our mission is to connect youth and elders to investigate the
mosaic of plants, people, and cultures in gardens. Garden Mosaics youth
learn to appreciate the diversity of plants and cultures in their
community, form positive relationships with adults, learn about science,
take action to benefit their neighborhood, and participate in a global
project to help the environment and food system. For more information,
visit our website at www.gardenmosaics.org
<http://www.gardenmosaics.org/> , or contact Jamila Simon at: (607)
254-5479 or by email at jws62@cornell.edu.
Jamila Walida Simon
Garden Mosaics Program Assistant
101-A Rice Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-3001

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