Murals are a great way teach and bring beauty to your neighborhood. Lots of Fish is proud to help design murals that educate on water science and the big picture of how humans and water are connected!
Watershed Mural Maps began at the Yale School of Forestry as part of the Coastal Watershed Studies Program. "Find your Home in Nature" using coordinates and GPS are an integral part of mural map projects.
New Haven summer youth employment program created this mural after rendering the New Haven Harbor as it is seen from the top of East Rock Park. The brown stone peak where the design was made is reflected.
Interior watershed murals throughout CT reflect human and wildlife habitats that cohabit the many rivers and streams that bring waters to Long Island Sound.
Asphalt Art Watershed Murals for parks, schools, and anywhere people play, stroll, bike and congregate!
School Watershed Mural programs meet educational standards for K-12 science, art, and local history studies. Watershed murals can be seen in school lobbies, cafeterias, hallways, interior and exterior entrances!
Watershed Murals can include a variety of complimentary learning and citizen science activities; water testing, macroinvertebrate sampling, wildlife and marine life studies.
Lots of Fish teamed with Yale University to inspire their project "Find your Home in Nature" using coordinates and GPS are an integral part of this mural map project.
New Haven Summer Youth Employment program created this mural after rendering the New Haven Harbor as it is seen from the top of East Rock Park.
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