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Environmental and Adventure students plant signs at Redmond's KIS Farm | SLIDESHOW
The signs describe the native plants and wildlife along the site's 0.3-mile trail. EAS students have developed the trail and have a seven-year history of developing the property for community use and enjoyment. Math and science teacher Brian Healy led the group, saying the sign planting is one of the school's community stewardship projects (CSP), which students participate in three times a year. Other CSPs include working with the City of Kirkland's parks department and mentoring elementary school students.