Easton High School recently held an Environmental Science Night to celebrate the work of Students in Mrs. Rose’s Advanced Placement and regular level Environmental Science classes. The event was held at the Eastern Shore Conservation Center in Easton. Students presented their research and action projects that they had been working on throughout the school year. Parents, teachers and community members were invited to see what the students found to be major environmental issues on the EHS campus. Topics ranged from littering to recycling to storm water runoff into our stream/the Chesapeake Bay. With a grant obtained by the Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy Group, students were able to develop solutions to some of these issues. As part of their final grade, students created trifold displays and videos featuring what they had done throughout the school year to combat environmental issues at Easton High School and the surrounding Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Projects included: painting storm drains, buying a recycling bin and maintaining our rain garden on campus.