(INDIANAPOLIS) – Eco-Science Fair is an opportunity for students to apply their skills outside the classroom in a supportive and professional environment at the Indiana State Museum.
Students will research and experiment with environmental topics big and small including aquaculture, vermiculture, composting, social awareness, urban farming, alternative fuel and recycling programs in their schools and communities. They will present their projects to a judge, then receive an evaluation and score. Students will learn from their own projects, other students’ projects and the judges.
There is no fee for submitting a project, and the event is free for K-12 students and teachers/chaperones to attend.
The Eco-Science Fair is Friday, April 12, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Indiana State Museum
Download the project guide and application below, and please submit the application no later than Friday, March 29, 2019 to Nicole Rife at firstname.lastname@example.org.