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  • Five volunteers sit under an outdoor pavillion for students at the local elementary school.
    Information icon Local Ruritan group constructed seating area with donated materials. Photo by Kendall Smith, USFWS.

    Students go wild at school

    June 19, 2018 | 2 minute read

    Students at White Oak and D.F. Walker Elementary Schools in Edenton, North Carolina, have not just been reading about wildlife; they’ve been creating homes for wildlife right in their schoolyard. Over the past two years, students, teachers and many volunteers worked together to plant over 1,000 pollinator-friendly plants, enhance a wetland, and construct a trail and seating areas so that students will have their own space to learn outside. It’s called the Sandy Ridge Outdoor Classroom and it’s the students’ new favorite place at school.  Learn more...

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