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Environmental Science Class Participates in Stream Ecology Project

03 October 2017

On Sept. 21, Pratt Community College instructor Dave Chambers and his Environmental Science class participated in a stream ecology project led by biologists from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT).  The location for the field trip was the South Fork Ninnescah River in Lemon Park.  The objective of this project is to help students develop a basic understanding of ecology, an appreciation for our resources and a sense of stewardship for the land.

Students and KDWPT work together for Environmental Science class

12 October 2016

Pratt Community College students get a hands-on approach to environmental science with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) biologists.  

Zoology class takes trips with Kansas Department of Wildlife

06 May 2016

The PCC Zoology class recently participated in two field trips that were supported by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism (KDWPT).  On Mar.

Our Middle Name is Community

12 March 2015

While education is our first priority, Pratt Community College is a true community college. Through community engagement and enrichment, our students, faculty and staff are dedicated to serving the community and providing opportunities for members of the community to enrich their lives through continuing education, cultural arts, sports and more.

Students Take Ecology Field Trip

02 October 2013

On Sept. 26 Kip Chambers' environmental science class went on a field trip to the South Fork of the Ninnescah River in Lemon Park. The project is part of an ecology section covered in the class. The students learn about the ecology of a small stream through various hands-on activities.

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