The Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Education with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources hosted the second annual Maryland Youth Summit on Friday, June 3. The Alice Ferguson Foundation set up two environmental literacy stations. Baltimore’s coverage of the event discretely mentions both! The first is our Crumpled Paper Watershed station during which students conduct a hands-on activity to learn what a watershed is. The second is our Worm Bin class where students learn about vermiculture (worm poop!) and get to handle and observe our red wigglers. It was a great day with beautiful weather, and we were so please to be able to represent our organization!