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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day


The Fernald Preserve hosted the 2017 EMCBC Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day with educational and stimulating activities centered around the 2017 Earth Day theme, Environmental and Climate Literacy, to empower our young ones with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Fernald's Naturalists Penny Borgman and Karen Cody, planned this excellent interactive and educational program for the parents and children participating in the events.
The day began with the unexpected opportunity to watch an exciting emergence of praying mantis babies hatching from their egg case right at the entrance to the Visitors Center followed by a tour of the museum, a history lesson on Fernald, and a wrist band craft made of beads that change color and respond to sunlight. After lunch, we took a guided nature hike of the grounds. The children had the unique opportunity (with the assistance of their parents) to use a net to catch tadpoles and other organisms like snails and dragonfly larvae found in the wetlands. The day ended with a walk to the top of the Onsite Disposal Cell for a panoramic view of the ecologically restored habitats at the Fernald Preserve.
The enthusiasm of the children was palpable and the activities were a hit. It was an educational and fun way for the children to observe what our work can ultimately create.
At the EMCBC, children were able to shadow their parents and learn more about the EMCBC. A few children even got a special guided tour to the offices in which they have a career interest in (Legal and IT).
The committee would like to extend our gratitude to EMCBC leadership for being supportive of this event. As working parents and grandparents, the opportunity to expose your children to your professional life is a source of pride and an important opportunity we appreciate.

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