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May 7, 2016
Learning to Grow:Learning to Grow From greenhouse to cafeteria: Houghton middle-schoolers to grow their own food
By GARRETT NEESE (gneese@mininggazette.com) The Daily Mining Gazette HOUGHTON - The new greenhouse at Houghton Middle ... >>more
April 26, 2016
Today! Lake Superior Celebration
HOUGHTON - The Western U.P. Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education will host the Lake Superior Cele ... >>more
April 9, 2016
Center lightens local schools’ funding burden
By GRAHAM JAEHNIG, The Daily Mining Gazette HOUGHTON - When schools want to host a science-based program using Western ... >>more
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Bridge High School
 

Project Description
43 Students / 2 Teachers

Storm water management community education effort that includes storm drain stenciling and creation of a rain garden in the City of Hancock.

Teachers
(lead teacher in bold)

  • Chuck Palosaari
  • Cathy Hill
  • Trish Sherman
     

Community Partners

  • City of Hancock
  • Copper Country Trout Unlimited
  • Michigan Tech Center for Water & Society

Project Photos

     
Bridge HS Students Create the First Rain Garden in the Keweenaw in Downtown Hancock next to the Scott Hotel Building
     
 
     
 
     
 
Top soil leveling.    
     
 
     
Bridge HS Students Conduct Storm Drain Stenciling in City of Hancock
     
 
     
 
     
     
 
 

809 Hecla Street | Hancock, Michigan 49930 | 906.482.0331 | info@LakeSuperiorStewardship.org

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