Community Connections

Plug-In To Nature is so excited to hear about your community connections!  

 

It is our pleasure to connect organizations and groups together to find the outdoor experience that will provide an outdoor educational opportunity to all ages.  Use the contact us form to request more information. 

Caroll High School Interact Club

Braving the cold to help clean trails!

March 18, 2017

The Caroll High School Interact Club and their fearless club organizer, Katie Kelly (CHS Teacher), enjoyed the snowy brisk morning as they helped Trees Indiana clean up the Nature Explore outdoor classroom at Cedar Canyon Elementary School. Thank you all for making this Community Connection possible!

 

Here's the full scoop!

 

"Interact members get plugged-in to nature"

by Tess Plazek ~ Northwest News

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Eel River Elementary RAKtivists                                                  October 15, 2016

Eel River Elementary RAKtivists grabbed trowels and shovels to weed the garden area, plant fall flowers and spring bulbs with Trees Indiana at the Cedar Canyon Elementary Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.  

 

Mrs. Lange, Counselor, and Mrs. Engelsrud, Instructional Assistant, guide this elite 5th grade, Eel River club whose goal is to share kind acts together and with the community once a month as a group. 

 

Plug-In To Nature was happy to help with this community connection for the Eel River RAKtivists and Trees Indiana!  

 

Special thanks to Carol Cavell of Trees Indiana for helping make this unique opportunity possible, and we are very proud to highlight this Northwest Allen County school club in their efforts to bring some beauty and nature to the community!

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If your organization would like to become a Plug-In To Nature Ambassador, send an email to contactus@plugintonature.org or use the contact us form!

 

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