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As part of its Science in Nature educational programming, Connecticut Audubon Society educators will create videos and specific lesson plans using the model to teach about the pollutants impacting local the environment and how pollutants can be reduced and remediated.

The new equipment - an EnviroScape 3D Coastal Landscape Model – will greatly enhance the delivery of science programs to students learning at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. The EnviroScape demonstrates coastal pollution sources and prevention and allows users to explore the 3D coastal landscape with hands-on activities. As part of its Science in Nature educational programming, CAS educators will create videos and specific lesson plans using the model to teach about the pollutants impacting local the environment and how pollutants can be reduced and remediated.

"Connecticut Audubon Society prides itself on its award-winning, field-based educational programs offered to the students and residents of Milford and surrounding towns. However, due to COVID-19, we were forced to transform our in-person school programs to online distance learning," said Shari Greenblatt, CAS Southwest Regional Director. "This 3-D environmental educational model will allow us to create engaging learning opportunities for both the classroom and for students learning from home."

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