The Great Tree Ring Convenes

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The Amon Carter recently joined with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas to work with area students on the Great Tree Essay Writing Contest, a project focusing on area trees. Area third-graders wrote stories about trees and submitted them and one of the prizes was to read their story during a live interactive videoconference in the special exhibition gallery here at the museum. Congratulations go out to Nina Williams from Tanglewood Elementary School and Karino Gibson from Daggett Montessori School for their winning insightful stories. All of the students in Karino and Nina’s classes were asked to study and prepare questions concerning works of art that featured trees, and several students shared their questions with 31 schools from across the nation during the broadcast.

Students from Tanglewood Elementary School and Daggett Montessori School in Fort Worth, Texas, participate in an interactive video broadcast from the special exhibition galleries.

Students from Tanglewood Elementary School and Daggett Montessori School in Fort Worth, Texas, participate in an interactive video broadcast from the special exhibition galleries.

A tip of the hat goes to our newest neighbor in the Cultural District! The Botanical Research Institute of Texas will soon open its doors to the public for the first time . The new facility is LEEDS certified and ready to be an important part of Fort Worth’s educational landscape.

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