Illinois Valley High School: Students have built and maintained trails at Forks State Park and Upper Grayback Creek. The planted native species along Thompson Creek and East Fork of the Illinois River. They also maintain an on premise native plant garden on their high school campus.
Gold Beach High School: in 1995 the Mathison family donated access for a trail along the Rogue River now called Elephant Bar Trail. Students designed and built an interpretive trail and maintain year round. Gold Beach seniors mentor younger students during hikes to study stream and estuary ecology at Elephant Bar Trail twice annually, fall and spring.
Pacific High School: Students successfully helped restore a logged over parcel behind the campus. They also replanted native trees at Ironhead Boat Ramp and the hatchery grounds on Elk River. Both areas are maintained. Students built Crooked Fir Trail along the Sixes River in 2016 and provide year round maintenance.
Myrtle Point High School: Students have placed wood duck nesting boxes at several points along the Coquille River. Students mentor younger students on field trips to study river ecology and to view spawning salmon on the Coquille River. They also help maintain a garden at their high school.
Coquille High School: Students have restored and are maintaining the planting area along the Coquille Riverwalk. In addition they use their campus greenhouse to create hanging geranium baskets which they sell in the spring. Their profits have been used for plants to dress up their campus. In the past, Coquille students led the effort to replant the riparian area of Cunningham Creek which runs along their campus. As erosion occurs, new willow shoots are planted to stabilize the stabilize the stream bank.