AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn University’s College of Science and Mathematics (COSAM) hosted their monthly campfire at the Davis Arboretum nestled right off campus on Tuesday evening.
The event focused on the Alabama food web giving the opportunity for attendees to learn about organisms native to Alabama and their place in line on the food web. The department of COSAM had exhibits of live and preserved specimens on an array of different tables for spectators to view. The specimens were sponsored and brought in by the Auburn Museum of Natural History.
The campfire could not be complete without a build your own trail mix station, including an assortment of nuts, cereal and nutrient packed snacks perfect for a balanced treat.
The event was $25 for groups of six, adults and children included, $20 for groups of four, and $15 for a group of three and fewer.
The COSAM Campfires are a monthly event hosted to enrich classroom age students outside the classroom on STEM in an engaging hands-on way. To learn more about COSAM campfires or to register for next month you can visit aub.ie/STEMstore.