Farwell kids and teacher in the news out in the woods planting and learning

Farwell Schools has an amazing article in the Clare County Cleaver by ANGELA KELLOGG - Cleaver Managing Editor

FARWELL – Farwell Schools celebrated Earth Day almost exactly the way Steve Scoville envisioned last year. Scoville, superintendent of Farwell Schools, quite literally drove the bus for the event. The event was part of the school forest long-term plan, and he also drove the bus bringing third-graders to the event. Even the weather cooperated with a chilly morning that turned into a warm afternoon.

Farwell Schools has been managing its three school forest locations for almost a hundred years. The three locations total 91 acres donated by local businessman and prominent citizen Josiah Littlefield, and the focus of this event was on the Washington Road property. Management of the school forests has been a legacy endeavor that Scoville has embraced.

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