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B Building Forest
Our forest was planted by the children of B Building in 1993 with donations from local nurseries.
In our forest we have Redwoods, Pines, Japanese Cherries, Poplars, Alders and a few surprise trees planted by the birds.
Each year students adopt and care for trees in our forest.
Using tools donated by community businesses, the students tend to the many weeds around their trees.
We currently have about 50 trees. Our hope is to fill in about 10 spots where trees have died.
You can often find us having lunch or playing hide and go seek in our forest.
Stormy and Thorndike are our official forest mascots.
Stop by and see our forest sometime!
Living and non- living The tree said to the garden shed,
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