With the intention of attracting native wildlife to their school grounds, students at Algoma Central Secondary School took on three new projects to naturalize the area throughout the Spring season. By planting 50 new yellow birch trees, creating a wildflower garden to support native pollinators, and building houses to support wild bird and bat populations, students were able to connect with and support native wildlife right on their own school grounds.
“It was empowering for them to learn that there was something they could do to support our local wildlife. »
– Vikki, Teacher