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Lessons for a Green and Healthy School Exhibit Slideshow

  • Wide view of the front of our exhibit.
  • Wide view of the rear of our exhibit
  • Capture rain water with a rain barrel.
  • Install a rain garden.
  • Our janitor's closet with green cleaning products.
  • A wide view of our classroom with Flat Stella.
  • Surge protectors can power down all your electronics at once.
  • Plants clean the air.
  • This exhibit shows the difference in the amount of electricity used by different light bulbs.
  • Install motion-sensor light controls.
  • What to do about heating? Maintain air flow. Set the thermostat and forget it. Set the humidity to be 40-60%.
  • Flat Stella sitting in our classroom area.
  • A chalkboard display of information on EPA programs such as EnergyStar.
  • The entrance into our exhibit.

     

 

 

"The Art & Science of Rain Barrels" Exhibit Slideshow

  • A wide view of our display, "The Art and Science of Rain Barrels," that's in our Public Information Center.
  • Philly Pride by Titus Edwards of YES Philly
  • Liquid Motion by students from the Laura W. Waring School
  • Cats and Dogs by students from the Laura W. Waring School
  • Some of the publications we have about rain barrels and stormwater
  • Posters about Philadelphia's stormwater program, the stormwater cycle, etc.
  • Posters about the Rain Barrel Wrap Art Contest (we have the winners), ideas for rain barrel art designs, etc.
  • A poster about the rain barrel program at the Mt. Airy Art Garage
  • A rain barrel designed and painted by students from the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy with the Mt. Airy Art Garage
  • A rain barrel designed and painted by students from the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf with the Mt. Airy Art Garage
  • A rain barrel designed and painted by students from the C. W. Henry School with the Mt. Airy Art Garage
  • A mock-up of 2 brick houses; the one on the left has a rain barrel from the Energy Coordinating Agency made in a Green Jobs program

     

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