Noticeable among recent movements tending to promote the interests of biological science is the development of the inland biological station. Any arrangement whereby students and teachers may work under proper guidance out of doors, in nature's own laboratory, should be encouraged. Our own state made a beginning last summer at Lake Okoboji. I sincerely hope it may become permanent and that many teachers in Iowa will avail themselves of the opportunity to combine a pleasurable outing with profitable field and laboratory work in Natural Science.
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"The University of Montana Biological Station,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 9(1), 122-125.
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