Cabrillo Field Notes – Femmes In STEM

NPS Photo, Nicole Ornelas – An EcoLogik participant points to a rock covered in algae, barnacles, and Aggregating Anemones (Anthopleura elegantissima) in Cabrillo’s tidepools.

For the past three summers, Cabrillo National Monument, in partnership with the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation (CNMF), has held a park-wide favorite – EcoLogik! For one week of the year, young scientists-in-training (girls ages 9-16) join science educators to explore, learn, and connect with the park in a tangible way. This free STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) summer camp introduces its campers to the natural resources of the park and the science that is performed in its living laboratory. 

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