LHS Science Students to do Biodiversity Research
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            We are a group of high school students interested in an organization called Operation Wallacea, a world-wide biodiversity and conservation management organization. Operation Wallacea sends students and teachers to critical locations ... More ...

            We are a group of high school students interested in an organization called Operation Wallacea, a world-wide biodiversity and conservation management organization. Operation Wallacea sends students and teachers to critical locations around the world to do research in order to secure long-term grants to improve and preserve the natural habitats.           

         In our case, we would be traveling to the Mayan Forest habitat for one week and the Gulf of Mexico coastline for one week in June of 2015.  While there, we will collect data to see the biodiversity and the density of the wildlife, and gather enough information to add to the current database which has data that has been collected by students and scientists for the past 20 years! We are so excited to be able to make an important contribution to this worthy scientific research as high school students from Stockton California!

            We would greatly appreciate any donations you would like to contribute to help us raise money for the expenses it would take to pay for our transportation, housing and tuition.  The donation would go straight to the students to help make this trip economically possible!! Thank you in advance for you very generous support! LHS Opwall Science Students

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