Digging in Turnbull's dirt part of foreign exchange experience
Cheney High School exchange students Taisiya Feoktistova (fourth from left) and Rebecca Reinecke (second from right) listen to instructions on how to plant trees at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.
Part of the foreign exchange student experience is just that – experiencing as many different aspects of life in the host country as possible. For Cheney High School exchange students Taisiya Feoktistova and Rebecca Reinecke, that experience involved getting a little dirty.
The duo were part of a group of eight area exchange students who planted trees April 27 at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. Sponsored and funded by foreign exchange organization CCI/Green Heart, the trip enabled students to spend three hours that Friday learning about habitat restoration.
Feoktistova said they learne...
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