Service Learning

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Adler students visit the Douglas-Evans Nature Preserve in Beverly Hills, Michigan.

Each student is engaged in hands-on, real world science through water quality monitoring of the Rouge River. The Rouge Education Project consists of teacher and student Water Quality Monitoring Workshops. Students are able to conduct and participate in water quality monitoring. Michigan Curriculum Framework Science Benchmarks are met through this project.

Thank you to our partners: Friends of the Rouge River.The University Of Michigan-Dearborn, BASF, Howard Knorr, and the Adler Parent Garden Club.

 

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Adler Rain Garden Projects

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Congratulation on another Rain Garden! Adler has two Rain Gardens with the partnership of SOCCWA which includes Lillian Dean, Howard Knorr, McKin and their team of Master Gardeners.

 

Plant a Row for the Hungry

The Mary Thompson Farm Project

Every Spring Adler students plant vegetables at the Mary Thompson Farm. These vegetables are harvested and given to Forgotten Harvest to feed the hungry. In the past Adler students have displayed their vegetables in the annual State Fair competition and have placed as first place winners!