Steven Heffel from the Federation of Galaxy Explorers team in Montanta recommended this:
For the past several months, students, primarily in grades 5 - 8, have been challenged to design and build a full- or scale-model of an Earth-based research station that will support living adaptively and working efficiently on the Moon. The final designs for the Lunar Research Station Design Challenge are arriving from students around the world, and are being posted at: http://quest.nasa.gov/lunar/outpostchallenge/final/index.html
On Dec. 12 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time, NASA Quest will conduct a Web cast from NASA Ames and the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) in Utah, one of several research stations established by the Mars Society in areas of the world that serve as analogs (similar environments) to Mars.
The Web cast will connect the students who have been participating in the Lunar Research Station Design Challenge since September, with crewmembers and commanders who at that point will be living in the MDRS habitat. Featured will be the students' designs and the parallel sites that NASA has participated in building.
For more information on the challenge: http://quest.nasa.gov/lunar/outpostchallenge/
For more information and/or to join the webcast on Tuesday: http://quest.nasa.gov/lunar/outpostchallenge/webcast.html