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February 8, 2017
Hancock middle school students dig through 182 pounds of trash
Students got their hands dirty and a bit smelly for a reason. By Aleah Hordges Feb 07, 2017 HANCOCK, Mich. (WLUC ... >>more
February 8, 2017
Garbology study teaches students to think about recycling
SHANCOCK — Hancock Middle School’s Garbology Waste Stream Study revealed some surprising results for a school in a city ... >>more
February 7, 2017
Recycling anniversary demonstrates local interest
Graham Jaehnig, Staff Writer HOUGHTON — The first anniversary of cardboard recycling in Houghton County was a great ... >>more
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Annual Reports

Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative Report (LSSI)
2008-2009 School Year

2008-09 Annual Report

Fourteen schools in seven school districts in Houghton and Baraga Counties participated in the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative during the 2008-09 school year. These schools formed school-community partnerships and planned projects that were funded by grants approved by the LSSI Advisory Board. The funds come from the LSSI grant received from the Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative and the Wege Foundation. A description of project outcomes, impacts on schools and communities, and implementation challenges, as submitted by each school team, is described in our report.

For more details, view our Annual Report.

2009-2011 Mid-Term Report

Currently there are 15 school–community teams engaged in stewardship projects in their local communities. The students and teachers involved in the school teams range from early elementary to high school. Each stewardship project is at various stages of implementation depending on number of years the school team has been involved in LSSI.

For more details, view our Mid-Term Report.

 

 

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