Protect this house

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Protect this house
Students in Brooke Savoie's 5th grade class at Lakewood Elementary have been participating in hands-on activities to enhance their understanding of weathering and erosion concepts.

 
The students were given the task of designing a windbreak to protect a farmhouse and its crops from wind erosion. 
Emily Branch tests the effectiveness of her group's windbreak. 




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