The two classes of the Bazoches school took advantage of the educational path to explore the fauna and flora of the site and learn about the monitoring methods put in place within the ROSELIERE program.
After fishing in the water, students used a determination key developed by Seine-et-Marne Environnement to identify their catch. A second workshop presented the various tools used by naturalists (net, magnifying glass, reptilian plates, various traps targeting pollinators or soil fauna, botanical plots... etc) and the standardised monitoring methods. They could then compare the stages of evolution on 3 botanical plots located at different stages of the course (pioneer environment, area on which the top soil had been recently regaled, sector rehabilitates for several years). What give them a good overview of the biodiversity present on the site and of its evolution linked to the exploitation!
Thanks to Fabrice Frébourg for taking pictures!