Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL

Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation.

Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students visit Hick’s Landing to learn environmental stewardship.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Caroline County students had the opportunity to learn about wildlife, preservation, and healthy eco-systems. Fort A. P. Hill environmental branch personnel, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and Friends of the Rappahannock shared messages of proper eco-system conservation. (Photo Credit: Christopher M. Hall) VIEW ORIGINAL

“Very thankful we were able to come together with Friends of the Rappahannock, DWR and AP Hill Environmental to put this program together for our students. Students need to be outside to appreciate the outdoors; and to be able to become good stewards of the earth, they need to know what they need to protect and why it’s important.” ~ Ms. Robin Didlake, Environmental Science Teacher, Caroline High School