Fourth graders at Warm Springs Intermediate School sprang into action to grow trees that will cover their campus to protect from winds and watershed pollution. One hundred-forty one students engaged in classroom lessons to learn about the many benefits that trees provide for the landscape. This complimented the Potomac Valley Audubon Society’s watershed curriculum through […]
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Eighty-eight students at Petersburg Elementary School became watershed stewards as they potted tree saplings to grow into trees and replanted the school’s rain garden. Petersburg’s fifth graders assisted with potting 125 native tree saplings for the newly constructed Grow Out Station. These dogwood, sugar maple, sawtooth oak, and apple saplings will grow in the caged […]