Fourth Grade Students Learn About Utah Wetlands

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Sun, 11/18/2018 - 10:24
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Friday, November 16, Brockbank had two representatives, Tiffanie and Kiana, come to visit from the Utah Water Van program.  The Utah Water Van is an educational outreach program about Utah's wetlands and is offered by the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium to fourth grade students throughout Utah. Fourth grade students are allowed through the use of models, to see and better understand the importance of Utah's wetlands and about some of Utah's native wetland plants and animals. Students got to meet some animals found in the wetlands; Glen the red spotted toad, Newman the tiger salamander, Kevin the garter snake and Queen Veronica the king snake. Fourth grade students really enjoyed the presentation and learned a lot.