The Arcade Creek Project's fantastic video team led by Jierel Almario is finishing a documentary about the history of the project.
We have a just-released trailer for the new movie, and we'll let you know when and where you can see the full documentary when it's released.
The groundbreaking Arcade Creek Project is an ongoing study monitoring the Arcade Creek (the largest urban watershed in Northern California) run entirely by the students and science instructors at Mira Loma High School.
From laboratory research to hands-on field studies, the Arcade Creek Project allows students to work in real-world situations that prepare them for college and careers beyond.
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Our students frequently volunteer at local environmental events, as well as teach environmental awareness classes at area schools. Although our interactive demos are built for younger students, adults usually enjoy learning from us too.
Our next events include Earth Day on April 24th, 2017. We also participate in Walk on the Wild Side on May 14th, 2017.
We hope to see you soon!