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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A school project that took three years to complete finally takes root on Earth Day.
Today, students and faculty members at Moore Traditional High School cut the ribbon on a certified wildlife habitat.
Students built the habitat in a wooded area on school grounds.
Moore is an environmentally-focused school.
The science department thought Earth Day would be the perfect time to unveil the creation.
"And over the last three years we've had students staying after school as part of our nature club. We've developed a trail, through the woods, along the creek; we use it as an educational area; an outdoor classroom," said teacher Tim Brennan.
The plan is to continue developing the trail, while using it as educational tool.