SEE BELOW FOR DATES OF OUR CLUB MEETINGS - YEAR 2013-2014
The members of the Environmental Club engage in many activities related to plants, animals, and the environment. Our main responsibility is to maintain the Edgar School Courtyard which has been designated a "Schoolyard Wildlife Habitat" by the National Wildlife Federation. We make sure it continues to provide food, water, and shelter for a variety of wildlife.
Here are a few specific activities done in the Courtyard:
Some other activities of the Club are: planting and/or maintaining flower beds around the school, taking care of the planter pots in the front of the school, creating an inventory of wildlife in Edgar Woods, and conducting fundraisers. In the past, we participated in activities for Arbor Day, including helping the Shade Tree Commission plant new trees on Edgar Field. Also for Earth Day, club members have helped clean up Edgar Woods.