BAISD holds summer session at Pinconning Preserve

Tim Barnum
Kammie Steudle, 18, shows a snail that was found at the Pinconning Nature Preserve, part of the Saginaw-Basin Land Conservancy, when a Natural Resources class at the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District visited the Preserve on June 22.
Tim Barnum
Brad Dietzel, 15, a student in Cathy LaLonde’s Natural Resource’s class at the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District, wades into the Pinconning River, which runs through the Pinconning Nature Preserve, to find species of bugs on June 22 as part of the class’s summer work.

Cathy LaLonde's Natural Resources Class at the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District requires students to do summer work and on June 22 the class was looking for species of bugs in the Pinconning River, which flows through the Pinconning Nature Preserve.


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This is an outstanding way for students to learn conservation and biology. My compliments to MS. Cathy LaLonde for her creativity and sound judgement.

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