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Schoolyard Habitat Action Grant Program Projects

 Baldwin Intermediate School, Quincy

This project allowed students of grades four through six to transform a
school courtyard into a laboratory for studying Illinois biodiversity.
 
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 Belleville East High School, Belleville

Students in grades 10-12 installed a pond on the school grounds.
 
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 Burpee Museum of Natural History, Rockford - USEPA Environmental Education Grant Funds

Students planted a prairie habitat on the museum grounds.
 
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 Bushnell-Prairie City Community Unit School District #170, Bushnell

Existing wildlife habitat on the school grounds was enhanced by students of grades 8-12 with new plantings.
 
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Students installed a habitat to attrract birds.
 
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 Cardinal Bernardin Early Childhood Center, Chicago

Students built bird houses.
 
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 Caring Hands Day Care, La Salle

Students planted a butterfly garden/prairie plot.
 
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 Cathedral School, Springfield - USEPA Environmental Education Grant Funds

Students of grades five and six installed a butterfly garden.
 
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 Collinsville Area Recreation District, Collinsville

Children planted a prairie plot.
 
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 Conyers Learning Academy, Rolling Meadows

Prekindergarten students worked to expand an existing butterfly garden.
 
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 Douglas-Hart Nature Center, Mattoon - USEPA Environmental Education Grant Funds

Students from Charleston High School worked on a woodland restoration project.
 
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 Earlville Community Unit School District #9, Earlville - USEPA Environmental Education Grant Funds

Students of grades nine through 12 constructed a butterfly garden.