In the arid Southwest, we understand the importance of fresh water. Rivers are essential to provide for the water needs of humans, but also for the plants and animals that call these places home.
The site linked below showcases some projects on river ecosystems prepared by the CLHS biology class.
Check them out here.
We have quite a variety of trees on our campus at CLHS. Interestingly, almost all are non-native species. The biology class put together this website to identify species and locations.
Check it out!
One of the world’s ecological wonders is less than 30 miles from our campus. The California kelp forest is truly a wonder of creation! Even though it is close by, it is rarely experienced by millions of beach-going Californians.
The CLHS biology class undertook the project of preparing a website dealing with the organisms of the kelp forest. We know you’ll learn something!
Click the image above, or just click here.