On Aug 31st at Twin Falls High School, about 20 Environmental Club members gathered on the west side of the practice football field to plant 3 trees, finishing the line of trees that was started by previous Environmental Club members 2 years ago. The club finished the first project by planting 2 more trees by the TFHS hitting facility on the east side of campus. Tree planting is one of the many projects Environmental club has planned for the school year as they plan to promote recycling more prominently on campus, start a garden, picking up trash around local parks -- just a few of the many projects planned -- to create a more environmentally sustainable school campus. The rise for environmental awareness is increasing at TFHS, as the 2019-2020 school year currently holds 60 new members. The club is very excited to see more changes happening around campus and promote living in a sustainable community.
The trees were generously donated by locally-owned Webb Landscape in Twin Falls.
Post written by Karen Winslow, President of TFHS Environmental Club