Created on May 22, 2023
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Science around PA!
A little about Mrs. O'Black
The Citizen Science Lab
Academy of Natural Sciences
Carnegie Science Center
Cucumber Falls, Ohiopyle, PA
The PA "Grand Canyon"
I grew up in Pittsburgh. I went to Duquesne University.
- Degree in Biology
- Degree in Education
- AP Environmental Science
The Citizen Science Lab is Pittsburgh’s first community life sciences laboratory where interactive learning and STEM enrichment fuel enthusiasm for all things science. We are the only STEM nonprofit founded by a black research biologist and focus on creating science-literate communities through fun and engaging hands-on STEM experiences. https://www.thecitizensciencelab.org/ The Citizen Science Lab | STEM Classes and Summer Camps in PittsburghThe Citizen Science Lab is a nonprofit hands-on laboratory where inquisitive minds and science-enthusiasts can explore the life...The Citizen Science Lab
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History of Carnegie Science CenterCarnegie Science Center opened on October 5, 1991. Our story is not unlike the story of the river that flows past our doorstep. Just as the Allegheny and the Monongahela converge to create the great Ohio, two very unique local institutions joined to create this exciting museum. Carnegie Science CenterYour support will ensure that we continue to delight, educate, and inspire through interactive experiences in science and technology. Thank you for...Carnegie Science Center https://carnegiesciencecenter.org/
This is one of my favorite nature places to visit. The area is full of things to do and there is a lot of science to see. Rocks, animals, plants, fungi. You can also go white water rafting! (Check field trips there is one each year!) Nearby is Falling Water.
The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania also referred to as the Pine Creek Gorge, stretches for over 45 miles with depths of nearly 1500 feet. The dynamic topography of the PA Grand Canyon creates many scenic wonders, including steep canyon walls and waterfalls. The PA Grand Canyon is part of the Tioga State Forest, beginning just south of Ansonia, PA, near Wellsboro. One of the most popular attractions to the canyon is the Pine Creek Rail Trail, a converted railroad bed that travels along the Pine Creek Gorge at the floor of the canyon.