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The Caterpillar Cam is Back — And It’s Outside

Watch This Crysalis (Transform into a Butterfly) From Our Live Camera The Garden Committee’s Caterpillar Cam, launched in Spring 2015, has moved outside. We’re excited to report that the camera is aimed at a swallowtail crysalis.  We suspect it will emerge soon, and we hope to see the transformation in the wild for the first…

ASD Students Will Get To Garden Year Round

The Adelphi Street Site Just Got A Little Greener! For the first time, the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) site students and staff will have access to two raised beds within a shared garden space at MS 113.The large building in nearby Fort Greene houses several different schools, and while the garden existed there for many…

New Caterpillars, New Digs!

Welcome to Chez CaterpillarHave you seen their new home? These caterpillars, born in captivity, right here at 512 Carroll Street next to the ducks and the chick in Mrs. Kathy’s science room, lived their first days in a jar. Now they’ve moved into a dreamy terrarium complete with branches, fresh herbs, natural light and open…

Next Generation Caterpillars

The larva of the painted lady butterflies that were hatched in the Early Science Classroom have grown into caterpillars.  Watch them on the cam’s livestream this week!  For access, send a request to garden@ps372pta.org or search your inbox for an invitation from DropCam.

We Have Butterflies!

Hatchin’ Action Alert! Login to your dropcam account to observe them or send a request for an invitation to garden@ps372pta.org . Many more will hatch in the days to come! Can’t remember your login? Go to dropcam.com and reset your password. (Or check your browser history for SCIENCE ROOM PS372) If you requested an invite…

Earth’s Birthday Project: A Gift To The Inclusions Garden

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Behind the scenes: Our new Dropcam captures every move of the painted lady larvae

Since Earth’s Birthday Project distributed the cup full of caterpillars through Grow To Learn last week, the students have had their eyes on their development. Now, thanks to the generous grant from National Educational Environment Foundation (NEEF), we can watch them round the clock — and record them — with our newly installed Caterpillar Cam. Want to watch? Send a note to garden@ps372pta.org to get an electronic invitation. See more here.

Introducing the Caterpillar Cam!

Watch Our Caterpillars From Your Desktop or Mobile Device Introducing the Inclusions Garden Caterpillar Cam! Funded by NEEF, the National Environmental Education Foundation, and Nickelodeon — it will live stream footage, 24/7, of caterpillars and other wildlife in our garden beds. You’ll need an email invitation to view this private site. Send a message to garden@ps372pta.org…

Good Garden Grant News!

We’re happy to report that the school garden has been awarded two new grants over the past two months! 1) Gearing Up Youth for National Environment Education Week $2500. for a “Caterpillar Cam” that will help students at both sites observe remotely insects in the garden. (See grant application here.) 2) Nature Conservancy’s Nature Works…