Did you know that paved roadways, railways, bridges, tunnels, and even toothpaste fall into the aggregates category? Earth’s history is written on pages of stone and since our planet’s birth 4.6 billion years ago rocks have been continually forming and changing over time, each containing a part of our planet’s history and future. They have important jobs, as they tell stories, recycle water and build cities! I invite you to visit the newly updated education resource, Foundation 4 The Future, www.foundation4thefuture.com where you will find video, links and stories to share with your children in order to teach them about the importance of natural resources.
One person will win a set of Smithsonian Museum handbooks on rocks and minerals, like the three shown above.
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