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By Jean Pocha

Conservation and stewardship topics explored at Discovery Days


Jean Pocha, Pathfinder

Learning about beaver ecosystems from Blackfoot Challenge's Water Steward Jennifer Schoonen.

OVANDO - With the sound of wolves yipping and woodpeckers hammering away, the SSHS Discovery Days began in Mollett Park on the Blackfoot Challenge Community Conservation Area (BCCA) May 25. Students arrived by school bus to the open grassland area with wetlands and forest skirting the sides. Discovery Days is planned yearly by Trace Stone, Seeley-Swan High School teacher, as a means to get students outside and experience new things.

 This year, Elaine Caton, Education Coordinator of the Blackfoot Challenge, approached Stone with the idea of hosting Discovery Days with Blackfoot Challenge e...

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