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Science and Plants for Schools (SAPS)

  • Subject: [cg] Science and Plants for Schools (SAPS)
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 20:22:42 EST

For those of you who work with youth as I do.  This is from _srussell@ou.edu_ 
(mailto:srussell@ou.edu)  who has a botanical link  of the day which is often 
over my head but is just as often incredible.
All the best,
Norman, OK
February 28, 2005
Science and Plants for Schools  (SAPS)

Science and Plants for  Schools (SAPS) is a site designed for
elementary and high school students  with the aim of developing new
educational resources and promoting interest  and excitement in young
people concerning plants and molecular biology. The  site includes
publications & resources, practical investigations, courses  & kits, a
"Search and Ask" site and curriculum links, primarily for the  UK, but
useful elsewhere as well.  The site has worksheets and  practical
advice. There is also a quarterly online newsletter called  Osmosis.
Site by SAPS. (***1/2)  -SR

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