Amy Schmer - Wildlife Habitat Improvement

Zeb, a student in Amy Schmer's first class to work on the project at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch, created a scent post (pile of rocks) about a 1/2 mile up the Sulzer Gulch trail. This clip demonstrates the effectiveness of a simple scent post along a well used trail.

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Amy Schmer - Wildlife Habitat Improvement

Preston Middle School

Amy Schmer's sixth grade science students at Preston Middle School (Fort Collins, Colorado) are focused on improving wildlife habitat at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch (sylvandale.com) near Loveland, Colorado.

This multi-year project started in September of 2011 and is supported through the International Telementor Program (telementor.org). Students are supported by mentor professionals from around the world.

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Amy Schmer's sixth grade science students at Preston Middle School (Fort Collins, Colorado) are focused on improving wildlife habitat at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch (sylvandale.com) near Loveland, Colorado.

This multi-year project started in September of 2011 and is supported through the International Telementor Program (telementor.org). Students are supported by mentor professionals from around the world.

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