A planning committee that consists of teachers, school administrators, and Battelle representatives will guide the project. The second phase is the construction of a outside science classroom space for students to gather to get instruction before moving into outside activities, gathering after collecting data to work in groups, and summarizing learning at the end of an outside activity. During this phase, we will also continue to develop curriculum and PBL opportunities for students using the outside areas surrounding the outside science classroom space. Projects currently underway include a climate change lab. Other possible projects include solar power, gardening, monarch butterfly monitoring, water testing, vernal pool work, estuary studies, ecosystem studies, soil testing, species observations and field-testing. These projects will bring the students and community together to develop and implement projects. For example, Battelle representatives are working with the Duxbury school community on the design phase of the project. The climate change lab is a collaboration between Wiidlands Trust, Manomet Center for Conservation Science, and Duxbury Public Schools. We hare a parent and student, who have offered to develop and implement a butterfly garden and edible garden with the help of high school students in the early childhood education class working with Alden Elementary School students.