The Island Institute's STORMS (Students and Teachers Observing and Recording Meteorological Systems) project is a one-year pilot project that informs participants’ understanding of how storms affect their own natural resource-based communities as well as ways in which severe weather reflects short- and long-term trends around the world. If you are a teacher and would like your class to blog with us, just send an email to abardaglio@outerislandstlc.org to join our weather reporting team!

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Cliff Island School 3/31/2011

Temp. F : 36
Wind Speed: NE/5
Humidity %: 79
Barometric Pressure: 29.96 -
Melted Precip.: o

Lots of clouds in the sky
and we are spraying the worms.

2 comments:

  1. Cliff... what does "spraying the worms" mean!? How is your maple syrup coming?

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  2. We have about a half gallon of syrup, so it is coming OK.
    spraying the worms means that we need to spray our worm bin. They compost all our paper towels and food scraps.

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