In honor of Earth Day, Ignacio High School with the help of the Environmental Programs Division, Southern Ute Grounds Maintenance, SUPD and Tribal Rangers picked up trash from HWY 172 to County Road 318 mile marker 4 on Friday, April 21. The group picked up a total of 2.5 tons (75 cubic yards) of trash on their outing.
Ignacio students braved the chilling wind in order to do their part for Earth Day.
Ignacio students pair up to tackle the litter on highway 318.
The Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy and Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center teamed up on the Recycled Art Show in honor of Earth Day. SUIMA students had their recycled art masterpieces displayed from April 11-April 21.
Parents and family members gathered at the Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center on Thursday, April 20 to view the recycled art.
Kylan Velasco shows off his art he made of clay. The Angry Birds inspired his piece of art.
Malikai Taylor stands next to his recycled art piece titled, “A Man With A Hat On.”
Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy students roamed around tribal campus on Friday, April 21 picking up trash. The students did the cleanup in honor of Earth Day on April 22.