Opequon Elementary School, located in Martinsburg, West Virginia celebrated a breezy Earth Day outside planting 16 native trees on school […]
A planting location on schoolgrounds specifically.
Growing Native continues to grow saplings and communities throughout the Potomac River watershed. Cacapon Institute continues to support Potomac Watershed […]
Noticing a puddling “mud hole” on campus, sixth graders at Charles Town Middle School took action to extend their rain […]
The Science National Honor Society (SNHS) of Jefferson High School improved their school’s courtyard with a rain garden and native […]
Fourth graders at Warm Springs Intermediate School sprang into action to grow trees that will cover their campus to protect […]
Eighty-eight students at Petersburg Elementary School became watershed stewards as they potted tree saplings to grow into trees and replanted […]