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NWP Global Registry of Apprentice Ecologists - Chamberlayne Elementary School, Richmond, Virginia, USA

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Chamberlayne Elementary School, Richmond, Virginia, USA
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Registered: July 2008
City/Town/Province: richmond
Posts: 4
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When I finished my planting project it was hot outside. We planted a tree i Richmond, Virginia, USA.
I saw a plant that was growing, then we started watering the plants. We planted two native trees of Coulter Pine at Chamberlayne ES. the tree will be 40 feet tall. I feel happy about my tree project. Iím happy to plant my tree. It will produce oxygen for forty years. This is important so we will not die. People need oxygen. My favorite part of the project was to write letters to all of my friends, and taking pictures during the Apprentice Ecologist project.


BDH, 7-23-08
Date: July 26, 2008 ∑ Views: 6317 ∑ File size: 23.5kb, 102.7kb: 1500 x 1125 ∑
Hours Volunteered: 5
Volunteers: 10
Authors Age & Age Range of Volunteers: 7 to 10
Native Trees Planted: 2
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