Hazel Harvey is a "Wild School Site", designated by the Ohio Division of Wildlife with a garden and a monarch butterly tag and release program.
- A WILD School Site is any school property used by students, teachers, and the school community as a place to learn about and benefit wildlife and the environment.
- WILD School Sites function within the premise that every school, regardless of size and location, provides outdoor educational opportunities that can and should be part of an integrated environmental education program.
- WILD School Sites provide opportunities for students to apply and use what they know.
- A WILD School Site project is any action, small or large, that improves the schoolyard habitat for wildlife and people.
We also complete many other outdoor activities and observations.