Source: Mandy Vocke, globalnews.ca, August 25, 2020
The outdoor classroom has a central meeting point, but students are also free to explore the 71 acres of land.
Katie and Aaron Suek own land in Grandora, Sask., just west of Saskatoon. They aim to restore 71 acres of the former crop back to its native features in a project they call the Restoring 71 Project.
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, the family has now created an outdoor classroom as part of the Restoring 71 Project.
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