Students at all levels are encouraged to contact us concerning projects in the Topanga Creek Watershed.
Middle and High School students have conducted numerous award winning science fair projects in the watershed.
Everything from the effects of water quality on frogs and macro-invertebrates, to monitoring bat and turtle populations, to evaluating the impacts of non-native predators on native species, to removal of invasive exotic vegetation have been subjects of these projects. Students receive community service credits for their efforts, as well as have a great time!
College and graduate level internships can also be arranged. Previous projects have included evaluation of fire risk associated with native vegetation, to restoration planning.
For more information, contact Rosi Dagit, Sr. Conservation Biologist at email@example.com