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As part of the celebration of 100 Years of Waldorf Education and in conjunction with the GreenBee Wildlife Web Initiative, sixth-grade students at the Waldorf School of Bend planted 500 trees on about three acres of burned forest from the McKenzie Pass fire in 2017. 

There will even be a designated area where the students can return to witness the outcome of their efforts. The students planted the trees with help from the US Forest Service in Sisters, their teacher, Thom Routt, and parent volunteers. 

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Photo Credit: Waldorf School of Bend

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