Lewis and Clark in Washington Shrub Steppe Habitat
Learners reserach the flora and fauna next to their school for two days and also Lewis and Clark's journals. They compare Lewis and Clark's description of the area to the one they have today. They also discuss the idea of restoring native plants.
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