If you’ve ever wondered what hands-on, minds-on science learning looks like, check out these video clips! Funded by Onondaga County Save the Rain and Syracuse City School District, our Nature in the City staff has taught over 1500 third grade students about reducing pollution in our local waterways and protecting Onondaga Lake.

Syracuse Students Learn About Saving the Rain in Syracuse

Syracuse Students Tour Green Infrastructure Sites

Syracuse Students Become Scientists to Study Water Quality

Creating Community Connections through Hands-on Science in Syracuse

Connecting the Drops in Syracuse: Everyone Can Make A Difference

Photos of Stream Exploration Field Trip
at Elmwood Park

CNY Business Journal ad for Nature in the City

Photos of Carrier Rain Garden Project
at Seymour Dual Language Academy
October 5, 2017