Canadian Elementary Students find way to spread the word on invasive Asian carp

A group of Grade 1-2 students in Sarnia has turned to filmmaking to draw attention to invasive Asian carp.

Under the direction of teachers Chantima Oliveira and Greg Van Bunderen, the 45 kids at P. E. McGibbon School researched, wrote and directed a two-minute video about the fish and how they threaten the Great Lakes.  Click on the following sentence to access the full story and the short video.

“We really wanted to talk about problems in our community. Then we started reading about Asian carp and everyone was just so interested, and we kind of ran with that,” Oliveira said.

Why You Should Be Worried About Asian Carp video


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