This stream ecology curriculum is intended for grades 6-12 and draws connections between aquatic life, water quality, and the way we live in our watersheds. Understanding their connection to the intricate web of life empowers students to join community efforts to protect water and habitat where they live.
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For 2 billion years, bacteria were the only creatures on Earth. Long before the dinosaurs, a special type of bacteria slowly increased the level of oxygen in the Earth’s air to 20 percent. Without this oxygen other plants and animals could not have evolved, including us.