Middle schoolers take science lessons from Forest Service. See more Williams News education stories here

| May 10, 2017

By Loretta Yerian • Williams News

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Middle School students can officially be called tree huggers after a field trip to the Williams Ranger District office May 4.

One-hundred and forty middle school students spent the morning with U.S. Forest Service rangers learning how science is applied to many areas of our lives and career paths.

“We are trying to teach kids how we incorporate science into what we do in our day to day jobs,” said Neil Weintraub, South Kaibab zone archaeologist.

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