by Duluth News Tribune
September 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Duluth East grounds certified as wildlife habitat as classes move into the forest, work on sustainability Continue Reading
Tags: animals, Education, Environment, Outdoors 4 Comments »
I have been a National Widlife Federation Habitat for 15 years. It is nothing but a sign on a post. Appreciate when they did but it is not that special in the case of any protection.
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Great to see a school getting kids into the outdoors. If Minnesota wants to maintain it’s unique status as a state that appreciates wild spaces we’ll need to get our kids to value nature too. Way to go DE.
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It’s not really real until a bureaucrat puts his imprimatur on it.
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Dislike if you care, but please explain. The 3 R’s are a complete failure in the school system but we have time and resources to go out in the woods to practice what should be college level course..?
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