Family Education: Water cycle, recycling, native plants

On Sunday, April 6, 2014, members of the Green Sanctuary Team presented a Family Education session about the water cycle, recycling, and native plants.

Betty Dabney, Chair of the Green Sanctuary Team, discusses the water cycle with elementary age children and their parents.

Betty Dabney, Chair of the Green Sanctuary Team, discusses the water cycle with elementary age children and their parents.

Betty Dabney demonstrates the water cycle.

Betty Dabney demonstrates the water cycle.

Jeanna shows juvenile books from the public library about recycling and the water cycle.

Jeanna shows juvenile books from the public library about recycling and the water cycle.

Families search for wildflowers around the labyrinth near the sanctuary.

Families search for wildflowers around the labyrinth near the sanctuary.

Families search for wildflowers and other native plants around the labyrinth near the sanctuary.

Families search for wildflowers and other native plants around the labyrinth near the sanctuary.

Families search for wildflowers at the labyrinth near the sanctuary. The paper and mixed materials recycling bins are in the background.

Families search for wildflowers at the labyrinth near the sanctuary. The paper and mixed materials recycling bins are in the background.

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