Environmental Opportunities
in TriCity Area
information and application
Oct 17, 2014 (Friday)  4:00-5:30 pm    
Fukaya Room, Fremont Main Library

high school students, scouts, groups
http://msnucleus.org       msn@msnucleus.org
flyer (pdf)

The Math Science Nucleus, Alameda Country Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Alameda County District 2 and the City of Fremont need your help to keep the TriCity area a pollution free zone as well as native flora and fauna friendly area.

Learn about restoration projects at Tule Ponds, California Nursery Historical Park, Stivers Lagoon, Sabercat Creek, Masonic Homes, Mission Creek. 

This meeting is funded by Lam Research Foundation.

Also find out about other environmental projects for high school students. 
Joyce Blueford, Ph.D.  Geologist oversees most of these projects for the Math Science Nucleus. 
Stanley Gu, Mission High School (assistant)


click register by email and register your name
you will get a reminder of the meeting
you do not have to bring ticket to meeting

Interested but not sure of the areas, please view  the presentation that looks at the various locations.
Environmental Projects (pdf)

Qualifies for Service Learning/Community Service hours and some projects are good for scout badges and Eagle projects or Silver and Gold projects.

 Intern Programs (get applications) -  several students are selected to work on long term scientific projects
 Ideas for scout projects including Eagle Scout projects
 Community Service opportunities
 Scientific projects
 Irvington change projects
 Other organizations that do work in southern Alameda County

Interested please download either an application and return it electronically to Dr. Blueford

Application  (2014-15) download available after meeting



Math/Science Nucleus
 4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont, California, U.S.A., 94536
 (510) 790-6284 Fax: (510) 790-6089