Madison Public Schools (Wis.); Instructional Materials Center / Cherokee marsh: a wetland to cherish
["Cherokee marsh - a wetland to cherish"], pp. 7-17
TeInstructional Materl.mls C4w%rter Madison FOL"ic, Schools Madison, Wisconsin 2 Title Cherokee Marsh - A 3 Credit Frame Wetland to Cherish 4 Have you ever been in a wetland - a place where the soil was spongy and cool and wet around your feet, or where your canoe brushed between plants standing like soft swords above the clear water? Wisconsin River floodplain at Wyalusing State Park 5 Have you felt the mystery of such a place ... Sunset at Horicon Marsh 7 1 Colophon Prepared by Virginia Kline in cooperation with The Local Materials Project ESEA - Title III Madison Public Schools IMC Mary Lou Peterson, Coordinator Ron Austin, Photographer SPECIAL NOTE: Please do not judge the quality of the beautiful full- color pictures in the film- strip by the appearance of the black-and-white photos in this guide! Obviously, there is no comparison between full-color and black and white pictures.
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