Dr. Jeff Kidder, Education Director of the Black Rock Forest Consortium, spent the day at Browning on May 29. Science Department Chair Sam Keany reports: “Dr. Kidder introduced the boys in grades two and three to water invertebrates and led discussions about a host of their fascinating adaptations. Later in the day, he met with members of the science, art and math departments to discuss future collaborative classes and projects centered on forest organisms and products.”
Mr. Keany is vice president of the Black Rock Forest Consortium now entering its 25th year; the organization constitutes 27 member schools, colleges and scientific institutions.