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3rd Grade Takes Part In Conservation Field Day


Elizabeth Emeline demonstrates to the Third Grade Class.

By Liz Riter

Thinking like a worm while finding out about what goes on in the soil or eating Coco Puffs to learn about soil sizes are some of the fun activities the 3rd Grade students got to do on their 27th Annual Conservation Day. We had rain again (no complaints), so plans were changed to have the Field Day in the Multipurpose Room at the Fair Barn instead of going out in the field to teach the students about conservation. The stations included viewing animal prints made by Gene Smith, Powder River Conservation Board Chairman, and Jessica Beagles, then the students got to make their own...

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