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Hampstead Elementary plants trees for Earth Day | PHOTOS

Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Evan Hutchins, left, and Aahid Basnet carry a river birch, one of the 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
(Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)

Hampstead Elementary plants trees for Earth Day | PHOTOS

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As part of their Ecosystem class, Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders planted 20 trees, including red maples and river birches, at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
(Dylan Slagle)
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders, from left, Vance Mech, Violet Gerkin and Marysa Ziemski prepare to plant a tree, one of 20 their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders, from left, Vance Mech, Violet Gerkin and Marysa Ziemski prepare to plant a tree, one of 20 their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Hampstead Elementary School students, from left, Aiden Burgos, Torin Farver and Karsyn Gardner plant a river birch, on of 20 trees their class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Hampstead Elementary School students, from left, Aiden Burgos, Torin Farver and Karsyn Gardner plant a river birch, on of 20 trees their class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Vance Mech and Marysa Ziemski carry a river birch, one of 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Vance Mech and Marysa Ziemski carry a river birch, one of 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Evan Hutchins, left, and Aahid Basnet carry a river birch, one of the 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Evan Hutchins, left, and Aahid Basnet carry a river birch, one of the 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Hampstead Elementary School students, from left, Torin Farver, Karsyn Gardner and Aiden Burgos free the roots of a river birch, on of 20 trees their class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Hampstead Elementary School students, from left, Torin Farver, Karsyn Gardner and Aiden Burgos free the roots of a river birch, on of 20 trees their class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Jessica Todd of Clear Ridge Nursery shows Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Hunter Thompson, Mason Medina and Matthew Olley how to dig a proper hole to plant their red maple, one of 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021.
Jessica Todd of Clear Ridge Nursery shows Hampstead Elementary School fourth graders Hunter Thompson, Mason Medina and Matthew Olley how to dig a proper hole to plant their red maple, one of 20 trees their Ecosystem class planted at the school to mark Earth Day, a day late due to cold weather and snow flurries, Friday, April 23, 2021. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
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