Sequoyah Families Joins “Lawn to Habitat” Conversion Project of Amigos de Los Rios



Sequoyah families were out yesterday working on a “lawn to habitat” conversion project as part of Amigos de Los Rios, a non-profit founded by Sequoyah parent Claire Robinson. Converting the lawn helps bring back native bugs which in turn provide a valuable food source for birds. According to Claire… “we’ve lost 30% of the US bird population.” There will be more Sunday projects down the road. Check the SNAC (Sequoyah School’s internal newsletter for its families) for service opportunities or visit https://amigosdelosrios.org/volunteer/

Sequoyah School, 301 N. Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena, (626) 795-4351 or visit hs.sequoyahschool.org/programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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