Our Junior Scientists are loving the trip to Iracambi every second friday...
A chance to learn all about different animals and ecosystems actually in the field.
We have a great teacher who is inspiring them all to be very creative and yet we are still hanging on in there to find a better way of trasport for them all.
So far we have managed to raise enough for one wheel... But everyones hopes are high and maybe by the middle of this semester we will have raised enough to buy a whole bus! Exciting stuff!!
But we are very grateful for all the help we are getting. Thank you to all of our supporters, keep it up!
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