Service Learning-To Protect Our Wetlands

Leading the Effort in Wetland Restoration

The Wetland Watchers Program

Square Feet Of Land Has Been Recovered By The Wetland Watchers

Students Visit And Participate With The Wetland Watchers Each Year

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NYLC Founder Discusses HMS Wetland Watchers in An Article about Service-Learning

Very honored to have the Wetland Watchers mentioned in an article by the man who founded the National Youth Leadership Council! Click the link below to read the article! Very cool!!! Dr. James “Jim” Kielsmeier is founder and President/CEO of the National Youth Leadership Council, based in St. Paul, Minnesota. He also founded the Center for Experiential Education and Service-Learning at the University of Minnesota, where he is also an Adjunct Professor.¬† Click the link to read the whole article!... read more

Allemands Elementary Wetland Watchers Night November 29, 2017

Fantastic night at Allemands Elementary with over 55 student volunteers representing 6 different schools presenting to Allemands’ students and their families! Two firsts tonight…first Wetland Watchers Night at Allemands and the first group of RK Smith students volunteering with Wetland Watchers! Great job by all... read more

HMS Wetland Watchers Night at Schoeffner Elementary – November 15, 2017

What an awesome night at Schoeffner Elementary for Wetland Watchers Night! We had over 70 student volunteers representing 5 different schools presenting to well over 300 Schoeffner family members! Our Shell scientist volunteers are doing some great experiments and demonstrations and making our Wetland Watcher nights even better!!! We met lots of Schoeffner 5th graders that are ready to come to Hurst and join the Wetland Watchers. Really enjoyed meeting all of the wonderful students from JBM and Cammon that are becoming Wetland Watcher... read more