Year of Project: 2002
Trees Planted:1,025

This project planted 1,025 trees for a riparian restoration. It was used as a focus for learning for both a fifth grade biology class and a high school ecology class. I… Read More

Youth Riparian Restoration

Year Planted: 2002

Trees Planted: 1,025
Location: Virginia

This project planted 1,025 trees for a riparian restoration. It was used as a focus for learning for both a fifth grade biology class and a high school ecology class. In all, 5 classes and 105 students participated and investigated topics such as: riparian buffers, water resources, and watershed land use.


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Youth Riparian Restoration

Year Planted: 2002
Trees Planted: 1,025
Location: Virginia

This project planted 1,025 trees for a riparian restoration. It was used as a focus for learning for both a fifth grade biology class and a high school ecology class. In all, 5 classes and 105 students participated and investigated topics such as: riparian buffers, water resources, and watershed land use.



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