LiMPETS (Long-term Monitoring Program and Experiential Training for Students) is an environmental participatory science and education program for students, educators, and volunteer groups. While public health and safety recommendations may prevent us from leading field trips during the 2020-21 school year, we are continuing LiMPETS programming by offering distance learning and virtual opportunities. For details including target grade level and duration of each program please see our 2020-21 flyer.
Virtual options available to all teachers:
- Virtual Natural history exploration of Rocky Intertidal or Sandy Beach ecosystems
Additional virtual options available to trained LiMPETS teachers:
- Ocean Acidification the Other Carbon Dioxide Problem (reading and discussion supplement to rocky intertidal ecosystem 1 & 2)
To schedule a LiMPETS virtual program with Rosemary Romero and Tyler Mears at the Greater Farallones Association:
Step 1: Reserve your date(s) with the form below. After you select your date(s), you will be asked to select the type of program(s) and specify the times. Programs are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Step 2: At the end of the form you will be directed to a payment page. Schools with a free/reduced-price lunch of 40% or higher (and/or Title 1) are free of charge and do not need to complete this step. For other schools, we recognize these are particularly challenging times for our schools and our youth. This is an optional payment, but your financial support helps us continue to provide programming.
Step 3: We will reach out to you to coordinate the logistics for your programs.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.