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Students and faculty from U-M will collaborate with the Detroit Black Food Security Network at D-Town Farm on this wonderful science outreach activity. BioBlitzes are rapid biodiversity inventories of local community green spaces. We use this framework to explore local biodiversity and engage K-12 students in scientific exploration.

The day consists of documenting the biodiversity of the urban farm and rotating through several science stations alongside community members.

We need volunteers to lead groups of kids, run stations and help with logistics. If you are interested, please sign up at the RSVP link before April 19.

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