Friday, April 13, 2018
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Indiana State Museum
Challenge your skills at spotting energy foes, conduct water quality experiments, plant your own garbage garden and create your own water filter to take home with you! Meet members of environmental awareness organizations and businesses from around the state who will be available to show you the latest, greatest and simplest ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.
This event is free for K-12 students and teachers/chaperones, and is included with general museum admission for other visitors (members, free; Adults, $14.95; seniors, $13.95; children, $9.95, college students, $12.95; children under 3, free). Buy tickets online and save $1 per ticket.
Innovative Hoosier students are invited to get involved in becoming the solution to global climate issues. Students can submit science fair projects on a range of topics including aquaculture, vermiculture, composting, social awareness, urban farming, alternative fuel and recycling initiatives in their schools and communities.
Note, there is no fee for submitting a project, and the event is free for K-12 students and teachers/chaperones to attend.
Click here for the Project Guide and Application.