Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Chicago's Top Students to Exhibit

You are invited to see exhibits of over 40 top Environmental Science students from Chicago schools at National Green Museum's first annual National Environmental Science Fair.

Saturday, May 2, 2009
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Refreshments will be Served
Free Event | Open to Public

The event will be held at National Green Museum, 1640 N. Wells Street (1/2 block north of North Avenue and Second City) across the street from Treasure Island.

Students will be available to talk about their projects. They will also be encouraged to form green teams and problem-solve what can be done to implement ideas for their school and community to "go green."

Help give suggestions for your school's Green Team and your school's exhibit to be displayed at National Green Museum.

Top exhibits will be selected for induction into Chicago Environmental Hall of Fame, which is associated with National Green Museum. National Green Museum is the home for National Environmental Hall of Fame and National Environmental Science Fair.

Mission of National Green Museum: To provide a home for the plans and achievements of every school, city and neighborhood in the USA to “go green” through exhibits. It is a Super Green Think Tank where everyone shares best practices to implement the plans and celebrate the achievements of their community and schools.

Mission of National Environmental Science Fair: To encourage student research of the most scientifically demonstrated approaches to conserving water and energy, recycling, green transportation, insulation, solar roof and solar hot water energy, wind and geothermal energy, sustainability, and other environmental areas, which would benefit their school, neighborhood or city.

National Green Museum plans to invite students from all over Illinois and the USA to participate in future events.