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Vernal Pool: Local Action to Preserve Biodiversity

About this exhibition

Museum Exhibition Dates: February 1 – February 28, 2019

Exhibition Locations: Silver Center for the Arts, Lobby Gallery

Opening Reception: February 5, from 4-6pm

Cluster project exhibit. Co-curated by Rachelle Lyons.

Katama Murray brought the Museum of the White Mountains an exhibit where science meets art and design. This exhibit illustrated a comprehensive effort to map vernal pool resources within the greater Plymouth area. It also documented the presence and absence of amphibian species of special concern and species of greatest conservation need as identified by the New Hampshire Wildlife Action Plan. This exhibit was also a way to reach out to the community in an inclusive way to teach them about Vernal Pools and the amphibians that live in them.


Interviews with Katama:


Interview with Rachelle:


Exhibit Images and Text:




Blue Heron School, Squam Lake Natural Science Center:


Local Action and Class Work:


And More:


Event Photos:


Forest Service Talk:


Hannah Kingston Talk:


Educational Material:


Drop Box Class projects??