Wednesday, April 16, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS
LAKE FOREST students, left to right, Alex Dean, third grade, James Francisco, and Dylan Ek, both fourth graders, answer questions about landfill problems and solutions at the Nature Bowl in Coloma. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
LATROBE SCHOOL fourth graders, left to right, Jada Lang, Ashley Graenwald, and Brooke Parks collaborate to answer a natural science question at the Nature Bowl held at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park in Coloma. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
BRUCE FORMAN, a naturalist with the Department of Fish and Game, teaches a group of kids from Gold Trail and Latrobe elementary schools about survival strategies and what prey animals need for survival at the Nature Bowl at the Marshall Gold Discover Historic State Park in Coloma. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
LEARNING ABOUT environmental and natural sciences, a group of fifth and sixth graders from Rescue and Camino elementary schools play a game to test their knowledge of nature at the Nature Bowl in Coloma. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins
A POSTER illustrates the problem of pollution from cars at the Nature Bowl held at Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park in Coloma. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins