MEDFORD, Ore. — Kindergarten through 12th graders from Logos Charter School in Medford were walking along bear creek for a different reason earlier.
For the third year in a row, the students joined with others from our area to restore 6 acres of Bear Creek.
The students and staff will revisit the project 2 weeks per month throughout the year. Part of a larger project to learn about ecosystems and the effect of pollution.
“Currently 700 plants into our restoration project and we’ve started trails so today we’re building trails and we are removing trash as a way of kind of kicking off the year,” said earth science teacher Chris Van Ness.
They started working on trails today. The project is made possible because of grants and fundraisers.