Students from East Central High School will be presenting their Environmental Inheritance Resolution to the Pine County Board.
The students worked with iMatter to evaluate the county’s environmental practices and propose steps for better environmental management moving forward.
iMatter is an organization that specializes in partnering with young people to provide resources related to environmental and climate activism.
The main goal of the Environmental Inheritance Resolution is to have the county make a commitment to take action in improving the environment for future generations.
The students will also be making suggestions on how Pine County can improve its waste management and to reduce emissions.
The presentation will occur on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. at the Pine County History Museum in Askov.