Pharrell Williams’ Non-Profit, YELLOW, and STEM™ Launch New Nature’s Escape Experience at SOMETHING IN THE WATER Festival
Nature’s Escape Experience at SOMETHING IN THE WATER Festival
a partnership with Pharrell Williams’ educational organization, YELLOW, to encourage curiosity and inspire wonder through science and nature for the next generation. Launched during Pharrell’s highly anticipated SOMETHING IN THE WATER music festival, Nature’s Escape is an interactive, in-person learning experience that invites families across the country to explore their curiosity around science and nature for free this summer.
the summer with stops in Nashville, Chicago and Los Angeles as a fun, free activity that encourages families to get outside and learn with one another. In addition to gaining science and entomology knowledge, those who complete the experience this summer will also learn more about the new pest control line, as well as receive STEM samples and a fun takeaway.
biodiversity and developing a circular food system for the surrounding area, host family and community workshops, and broaden and strengthen classroom programming.
all while showing our students how fun school can be,” states Stacey Owsley, Executive Director of YELLOW.
math education, the partnership presents the perfect synergy
for fueling families’ curiosity this summer.
engineering and math learning.
the STEM x YELLOW Nature’s Escape experience will travel,
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