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Rock River students study the rainforest

4:40 PM, Mar. 28, 2013  |  Comments
ABOVE: As part of a recent science class, Waupun's Rock River students are pretending to be miners. They are 'taking' land away from the indigenous tribes of the rainforest. From left: Emmie Kuzulka, Danna Schu, Dylan Majors, Emma Hull, Maria Zaragoza, Vivienne Laning and Tyler Fromolz.
ABOVE: As part of a recent science class, Waupun's Rock River students are pretending to be miners. They are 'taking' land away from the indigenous tribes of the rainforest. From left: Emmie Kuzulka, Danna Schu, Dylan Majors, Emma Hull, Maria Zaragoza, Vivienne Laning and Tyler Fromolz.
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Third graders from Rock River Intermediate School in Waupun were treated to "Amazon Adventures," a program supported by grants through a variety of organizations at the Children's Museum in Fond du Lac. Kollin Adickes, instructor with the Children's Museum, explained what would happen to the rainforest if groups such as ranchers or miners would continue to use the land.

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