Today the Metamorphosis Project with the Children’s Community School of Waterbury visited Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust’s Cobble Brook Vista in Kent.
Here’s what they did today!
T-shirt Tie Dying with visual artist, Jenna Robb. They even used the water from the stream to create this wearable piece of art. In a few days the students will open the shirts to see a unique design they created.
They learned how fish are raised and released them into the river with Rowledge Pond Aquaculture.
The Children’s Community School studied stream ecology by collecting samples from the river and assessing the data. What a wonderful day!
The Metamorphosis Project is made possible in part by a grant from the Ion Bank at the Connecticut Community Foundation, The Linda Allard Charitable Fund, the Jean & Julien Levy Foundation for the Arts, and contributions from Cramer & Anderson and generous individuals.