Toomer Elementary teacher will join Earthwatch expedition in Nova Scotia

Fred A. Toomer Elementary School’s first grade teacher Megan Dosmann was recently awarded an Earthwatch Live From the Field Fellowship. On March 13, Dosmann will leave on a two-week expedition with Earthwatch to study the effects of climate change on mammals in Nova Scotia. The expedition, from March 14-27, is sponsored by HSBC in the Community (USA) Inc. Read more about Ms. Dosmann’s expedition in Nova Scotia here. Dosmann will blog for her students at Toomer Elementary School and families throughout the expedition here.

Earthwatch, the world’s largest environmental nonprofit volunteer organization, is based in Metro Boston. Its mission is to engage people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. Since its founding in 1971, the organization has supported nearly 1,360 projects in 120 countries and 36 states. More than 93,000 volunteers have contributed $72 million to scientific fieldwork.

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