• Cub Creek winds through the woodland at Hometstead National Monument of America.

    Homestead

    National Monument of America Nebraska

Real Life Science Experiments

Students do lab work
Students do lab work
Homestead NM
 
Collecting data on the prairie

Collecting data on the prairie

Homestead NM

Learn Real-World Science

The restored tallgrass prairie and Cub Creek are living laboratories in which students conduct real-world science experiments. The results help rangers make more informed management decisions.

 
Collecting water samples

Collecting water samples

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Students gather water samples and then perform experiments in the lab to evaluate water quality in Cub Creek. Volunteers collect seed from native plants that will be used to restore prairies elsewhere in Nebraska.

Did You Know?

Sunset silhouette

During the height of the Homesteading era, Ellis Island was established to process the millions of people immigrating to America to acquire land. -- Homestead National Monument of America