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Insect Discovery Lab



The Insect Discovery Lab (IDL) brings local and tropical arthropods to schools and community centers to give children and their families a chance for hands-on learning about insects, habitat, ecosystems, and biodiversity. In addition to these presentations, the IDL offers an array of teacher guides and other teaching tools and materials appropriate for students at the preschool level to the collegiate level.
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Address:
699 Mississippi St., suite 106
San Francisco , CA 94107
USA
Contact Person: Norman Gershenz
Phone: 415-648-3390
Fax: 415-648-3392
E-Mail: norm@savenature.org
Website: http://www.savenature.org/bugzoo.html
   


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The Insect Discovery Lab engages children, students, teachers, and the general public in exploring the extraordinarily diverse world of insects and other invertebrates and teaches about their key role in the web of life. Coupled with this learning is the opportunity for individuals to participate in direct conservation action to protect the biodiversity of the earth.

The Insect Discovery Lab is a science collaborative, integrating departments of Biology, Education, and Theater Arts, providing interactive hands-on educational programs for elementary and middle school students, particularly those in the inner-city, community and youth centers, and the general public.


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