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The Bioma Project Featured in the Baltimore Sun

This past week, the Bioma Project got special recognition from the Baltimore Sun in their monthly E-newspaper and on the website for the Howard County Times. Baltimore Sun reporter Janene Holzberg recognized the organization for its hard work in improving Maryland environmental education and the health of local watersheds and decided to do a feature …

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Meeting with Robinson Nature Center

Yesterday, the Bioma Project met with Robinson Nature Center to discuss a potential partnership. Various topics were dicussed, including a potential tank installation at Robinson, lesson plans to school groups, and the creation of a youth environmental board.             Because Robinson already has a variety of tanks, a Bioma model could be installed there. The …

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Why Join Bioma?

The Bioma Project is devoted to improving the quality of environmental science education. In this post, we will explain all of the benefits of Bioma, and why it should be integrated into your curriculum. Let’s get started. Firstly, it educates students about how to solve today’s problems. The world is facing rapid urbanization in which …

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Future Plans

Hello all, It has been a great year for the Bioma Project. The project has amassed a grand total of 29 finished projects and look forward to expanding next year. Our goal is to expand into all Howard County Elementary Schools in our local area in order to ensure that the program runs smoother this …

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Yet Another School Completes the Curriculum

Another school, Manor Woods Elementary, has successfully completed the Bioma curriculum,  totaling to an impressive 23 finished projects for the Bioma Project organization. The teacher liaison who runs the program, Mrs. Amy Parker, had this to say about the Bioma Project, “The students who ran this program for us throughout the year has been incredible. …

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