Science workshop held at Hentona High School （January 2021）
We held a science workshop for high school students and above on "The Biodiversity Around Us and Invasive Species". This program was for the students of Hentona High School, which is one of the schools participating in the OKEON Churamori Project’s prefectural high school collaborative ant research program. Additionally, this school had allowed us to install ant traps to collect data as one of the 24 OKEON monitoring sites. One hour after the lecture during break-time, we showed the students the actual equipment we use and were able to tell them a lot about our research.