Robert Bateman High School P4C Remeasuring Day

On October 25th, 2012, the students from Robert Bateman High School remeasured the trees on their P4C site. Alice Casselman, the president of ACER, also presented the high school with the Carolinian Canada Award for their environmental initiatives and leadership. The students learnt about climate change, tree anatomy, and how to measure the different parts of a tree. Robert Bateman High School is located in Burlington, ON and its P4C site was established in 2008.

See Robert Bateman High School’s photo album 2008-2012 below.

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