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.

Harbor Brook Treatment Wetland

Trees as Green Infrastructure

Neighborhood Ecology at Elmwood Park

Exploring Nearby Nature
with County Executive J. Ryan McMahon, II

How Water Travels Across the Land in Syracuse

Life as a Water Droplet in Syracuse

How Green Infrastructure
Saves the Rain in Syracuse

Science at the Stream
featuring Nottingham Natural Resources Students

“The Stream is Clean!”

Photos from 2018-2019 Nature in the City Lessons