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How Are You Peeling? Students at Ravenswood Library were inspired to create fruit and vegetable sculptures after reading the book "How are You Peeling" by Saxton Freymann. This book takes a creative approach...
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04-03-2014 03-04-2014 No aramdhari 0

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Kids Greening Jennifer
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Eco-Agents look at Food Systems Eco-Agents: Environmental Action for Teens is a monthly program at multiple Queens Library branches. In February, we took a hard look at our modern industrialized food system. I addressed CAFOs,...
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18-02-2014 02-18-2014 No aramdhari 0

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Meet the Beetles Young Entomologists were introduced to the newest members of Queens Library at Steinway this week.  The extra large beetles are called Bessbugs. These adorable insects help the Earth by...
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06-02-2014 02-06-2014 No aramdhari 0

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Kids Greening beetles, Kids, trees Jennifer
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Aquaponics Students in the "Learn to Grow" program @ Ravenswood helped create an aquaponics system this week. Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture; the raising small aquatic life in water...
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03-02-2014 01-30-2014 No aramdhari 0

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Bash the Trash @QueensLibrary Skip builds musical instruments out of trash with kids in the second grade and younger. He teaches the children about vibration and sound waves through some serious hands-on fun. Using discarded...
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