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Rosemead HS Helps Restore Forest

Rosemead High School Volunteer Forest Project on April 14, 2018, was a big achievement according to US Forest Service and National Forest Foundation (NFF) rangers.
A total of 37 RHS students and four teachers cleaned along more than a mile of the West Fork River, its picnic area and small campgrounds in the wild in Angeles National Forest above Azusa.
NFF Project Director Edward Belden said Rosemead’s group did a very effective job of cleaning, participating in a nature walk and carbon tree dating educational project.
Participants represented Rosemead girls basketball, Best of Thymes Garden Club, Ecology Club and staff.

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Rosemead High School presented a check to Edward Belden of National Forest Foundation for $648 fundraised for 648 trees to be planted in the national forest to help replace those burned by fires.
Rosemead High School challenges other school teams and school groups to join together to have volunteer service projects to help in forests or beaches or parklands and to send it to local newspapers what the group completes to encourage others to do volunteer projects.

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