Graphic collage of various scenes from the 2003 San Diego Wildfires
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Photo by Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times

A group of young men watch the Station Fire from a hill overlooking Tujunga on Monday night

(August 31, 2009)

                                                       Photo by John Gastaldo/ San Diego Union-Tribune
                       Fire-burned statue at Valley Oaks mobile home park in Fallbrook (October 26, 2007)

The purpose of this education project is to assist students in grades K-8, and their teachers, in understanding, appreciating, and participating in the environmental recovery process following both the 2007 and 2003 San Diego wildfires. This has been accomplished by creating grade appropriate science--based curricula for classroom use. Teacher training and supporting instructional materials will also be made available in 2008 through this website.

          Photo by Barbara Barnes

Fire-scarred entrance to Horse Camp, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park (January, 2004)  

This is a county-wide education initiative focusing on approximately 275,000 students in grades K-8, and thousands of teachers and school personnel in 42 separate school districts.

                 

                                            Project Sponsors

                                   

  Hans and Margaret Doe

   Charitable Trust 

Interwork Institute

 

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