grade field day at Winchester
On May 20th The Lewis Soil Conservation District (LSCD) hosted the 39th Annual 6th Grade Field Day at Winchester State Park.
The weather was perfect for the 6th grade students from Nezperce, Highland, Prairie, Kamiah and Culdesac to enjoy the educational opportunity provided from the following volunteers:
Soils and Geology, instructed by Eileen Rowan, Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission, and Alyssa Rowan
Wolf Education, instructed by Randy Stewart, WERC
Fire Control, instructed by Ryan Wessels, Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), Jeff Krissek, IDL
Forestry, instructed by Clark Christiansen, IDL, Chris Gerhart, IDL, Gene Phillips, IDL, and Sister Carol Ann Wassmuth
Fish and Lake Health, instructed by Nick Davids, Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Nature Trail, instructed by Rich Schaefer Jr., Western Forest Systems
Fish Science - instructed by Kevin Traylor, NRCS, Jessica Wells, NRCS, and Stefanie Bowman, Idaho Soil and Water Conservation District
Canoeing, assisted by Vern McMaster, NRCS, Elaine Sonnen, LSCD, Tom Sonnen, and Allen Rowan
Winchester Quick Response Unit was on site with LeAnn Trautman and Rosemary McLeod
The students rotate every 20 minutes throughout the day to the eight different learning stations.
LSCD provided lunch for the volunteers which were prepared by Karol Holthaus, LSCD.
LSCD would like to thank the students, teachers, volunteers and Winchester State Park for making this another successful year.
Area sixth graders at a field day at Winchester Lake. Photo provided by Lewis SCD.