Irvington Creek, 1999


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Student Projects

     Southern Alameda county has a very diverse population.  As a community we need to work together to provide our children with the correct attitude towards the environment and how to preserve it for the future.  This is why Math/Science Nucleus and the City of  Fremont, Environmental Services Division have teamed up with other local groups and agencies to help preserve the area for educational and environmental experiences.  Many of our locations have a rich history dating back to the early 1800's.  This is a way for students and community members to learn about  the Tri-City's present and past ecology.   

If you have to be involved or have any questions  please contact the Math/Science Nucleus at  Below are articles of general interest.  

History of Alameda County Water District