Habitat Certification - Local Schools

Root Elementary and Washington Elementary received their wildlife habitat certification over the past couple of weeks. The above link includes a few photographs as well     

Special thanks to Terri Lane, Cindi Cope, and Dana Smith for their roles in getting the schools certified and educating young people on the importance of native habitat in the Fayetteville community.

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