Students at Walhalla High repurposed plastics that can pollute our environment into whimsical sea creature sculptures.
Students and staff members are breathing easier in 12 classrooms with plants donated by their local Lowes Store.
Students at Lakeview ES enjoy decorating and reusing steel cans from their cafeteria.
Educators at Lakeview Elementary are getting gardens ready in time for a butterfly release where young students will learn about the plants the butterflies will need.
Sam Yager and Jane Hiller spotted this beautiful upcycled art at the Montessori School of Columbia while teaching their 3, 4, and 5 year olds about recycling.
Congratulations to Amy Umberger, Richland County Conservation Teacher of the Year and Julius Scott, Richland County Conservation Principal of the Year. What a dynamic duo at Dutch Fork Elementary Academy of Environmental Sciences!
Students at Forestbrook MS held another litter pick-up to kick off the month of may with a clean campus.
Primary students at Lakeview ES are cleaning up their school grounds.
Melissa Pollard wrote a RAP about the need to pick-up litter and recycle which she and her 7th-grade students from Ebenezer Middle School performed to educate others at the Swan Lake Earth Day Celebration.
Here is the link to there rap–>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_Xo1xrZFPY&feature=youtu.be
Students at St. John Neumann Catholic School drew Earth messages on paper bags supplied and then distributed by their local Food Lion Grocery Store. What a great way for students to educate others.