Students at Pleasant Hill ES made a poster about their Arbor Day tree planting event. The poster shows students learning from guest speakers, planting trees with urban foresters and teaching others by singing about the importance of caring for the environment.
These students at Dutch Fork Elementary Academy of Environmental Sciences won their recent science fair with their project: “Deadly Polluters” Will brass bullets leave trace metals in water and soil?
Catawba Trail ES students feed uneaten baby carrots to classroom pets and reuse the bags to package beautiful remolded crayons that they make and sell.
AP Environmental Science students at D.W. Daniel High are partnering with Clemson University’s Foods Department and Clemson Extension to study Aquaponics in the classroom!
Students are raising Koi fish, basil and spinach plants in a mostly closed-loop system. The fish provide nutrients, the plants clean the water and the students are learning about foodborne illnesses, clean management of food production, and will even “taste-test” the produce in recipes in January 2018.
Thank you to Clemson University’s Kimberly Baker and Dr. Lance Beecher.
Students at the Barclay School plant starter seeds which will grow in their greenhouse before being planted in raised bed planters made from recycled Pepsi barrels.
Great Rule for Secret Santa’s at Barclay School:
You can’t buy your Secret Santa’s present, you can only recycle and make them something.
Students at St John Neumann Catholic School study abiotic/biotic factors by making soda bottle aquaponic aquariums using bean plants, beta fish, duck weed, elodea plants and rocks.
Students and community partners planted two Oak Trees on Arbor Day in fond memory of Rick VanDerGeest, their county recycling coordinator, and Green Steps Mentor.
Students at Dutch Fork Elementary Academy of Environmental Sciences show how to make “reusing” fun.