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Kids Dig in for Earth Day

Plant a tree, save the world. Photo by S. Read.

By Sarah Read

Everyone can make a difference. That’s what students from Greenville Michigan Inclusive Connection for HomeLearners have learned while studying issues of conservation and the environment over the last several weeks surrounding Earth Day. G-MICH, a local homeschool support group and learning cooperative, has recently hosted various Earth Day projects, including cool crafts from recyclables, a field trip to a recycling facility, as well as planting large linden trees donated by an area nursery. “It’s never too early to ‘Go Green’” shared one homeschool mom. “I want my kids to respect the planet they will some day be leaving to their own children.”

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