Taylors Elementary students learn about waste reduction, recycling, and composting during a visit from Greater Greenville’s Waste Lab.
Lower Richland High School has two new projects underway, Raised Bed Gardens and a Rain Garden.
The Green Steps Team at Wren Elementary are very creative “upcyclers”
Students at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville are learning to “recycle right” by flattening cardboard before recycling!
Kudos to Central Elementary students who have repainted their rain barrels as part of their Protect Water Projects.
Students add new raised bed gardens at Central ES as part of their Restore Habitat project.
Students at Slater Marietta Elementary School are growing lettuce (and more) in raised beds and in a hydroponic tower.
Students at Northwoods Middle School have raised bed gardens underway for their first Green Steps project!
Green Steps Mentor, Lauren Robinson, with Keep the Midlands Beautiful, helps area schools with shoe recycling collections each spring.
Visitors to Catawba Trail ES can’t help but notice the wonderful garden and rain barrel projects how that students have added garden art.