South Fork Natural History Museum's Young Environmentalists Society Allows Kids With A Love Of Nature To Thrive - 27 East

South Fork Natural History Museum’s Young Environmentalists Society Allows Kids With A Love Of Nature To Thrive

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The group gathered for a lecture from Scott Bluedorn, an environmental activist and artist, over the summer.

The group gathered for a lecture from Scott Bluedorn, an environmental activist and artist, over the summer.

The group went on a birding tour in Montauk, and had a special message for a member who lives out in California but has been part of the activities and meetings remotely.

The group went on a birding tour in Montauk, and had a special message for a member who lives out in California but has been part of the activities and meetings remotely.

Windmill propellers they made by the group for an art exhibit.

Windmill propellers they made by the group for an art exhibit.

authorCailin Riley on May 4, 2021
For the past year, a dedicated group of preteens with a love for nature and an interest in learning more about the environment have been gathering together — both online... more

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