Premiere of our new STEM Careers Video Series  

Thursday, June 12 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Philadelphia, PA.  


Please join the EcoExpress team for the premiere of our new video series focused on S.T.E.M. related Careers! These fun, kid-friendly videos feature Philly public school students learning about some of the surprising job opportunities that draw on the science, technology, engineering, and math that we're all exposed to in school. Who knew that you can get a scholarship in competitive fishing? Or that the perfect background for a local mystery writer is her engineering degree?


Refreshments, generously provided by the Friends of John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, will be served after the screening. 


Funding for the films generously provided by GSK, Dow Chemical and the Clif Bar Family Foundation. 

Saying Goodbye to Meghan and Hello to Karly 
New GreenTreks Intern: Karly Soldner Meghan Filoromo began her work at GreenTreks as an intern in 2009. Through her hard work with EcoExpress, she rose to the position of Project Coordinator. Her handiwork has been showcased on the EcoExpress website, newsletter, and social media accounts. She keeps the EcoExpress community connected and informed. Her talents have lead her to moving on to a new opportunity working at various local farmer's markets. Thank you, Meghan! 

With big shoes to fill, Karly Soldner has joined the GreenTreks team as an intern. She is a sophomore at Drexel University, where she studies environmental science. She is excited to apply her skills and passion for the environment at GreenTreks.
Featured Video: Federal Wildlife Officer 
Federal Wildlife Officer
This video is part of a series on STEM-related careers, aimed at young people who might not realize that their interests align more closely with one of the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. Watch Mike McMenamin, a Federal Wildlife Officer, at work at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum. Learn how he became interested in this field and the educational path that he took.

Anita's Corner: Bermuda Roof 
Bermuda Roof
by Anita Brook Dupree

Anita recently traveled to Bermuda and has been sharing her experiences in her blog.

Bermuda is a tiny island nation that lies 640 miles east of North Carolina. When you are in Bermuda you notice its beauty and charm with every house painted a pastel color and roofs a bright white. The pretty and tidy white roofs serve an aesthetic purpose and a practice purpose as well: a way to collect rainwater. There are no rivers or sources of fresh water in Bermuda. All water must be captured off the terraced roofs and directed into storage takes. By law, every house in Bermuda must capture at least 80% of the rainwater that falls on it.
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