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On April 27th 2000, the Camp Internet Kimbark Elementary School class went on their Camp field trip to Andreas Canyon and Palm Canyon in the Agua Caliente Desert. The students took a guided tour of both canyons and learned much about the desert ecosystem and the native Cahuilla Indians who lived there.

Click here to see the field trip photo album!



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The Cahuilla Kitchen - the native gathering and preparation of food
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The importance of Palm trees to the desert ecosystem and the Cahuilla Indians
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How the Cahuilla Indians made arrows and straightened them
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The Cahuilla Indians many uses for the Yucca plant
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The relationship between earthquakes and natural springs in the desert
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The history of land ownership in the Palm Canyon area
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Palm trees and fire in Palm Canyon
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When Rattlesnakes rattle
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The Hot Springs in Palm Canyon
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