Ecology Club

 Who Are We?


The Belleville East Ecology Club has been one of the largest and most active campus organizations from the time this institution opened its doors. Our stated purpose has been:

”A primary goal of the ecology club is to create a greater appreciation of the earth's diverse biological wealth and promote an exchange of ideas and efforts aimed at insuring continued biological diversity. We, the sponsors, believe that our goals may be achieved only through active participation.”

Opportunities for active student participation may be realized through frequent hiking or camping trips to natural areas, community service projects, political lobbying efforts, and campus habitat restoration work. Much of the landscaping and natural settings found around the East campus today were made possible by efforts of past ecology club students. In addition to the environmental benefits from these efforts, surveys have shown that assistant principals, teachers, and the student body overwhelmingly support the continued natural restoration projects and feel more comfortable in a “green” learning environment. Research has suggested a positive effect on student behavior as well.


What Do We Do?

Restore our campus.


Work for a better world.

Elicit positive political change.




Experience nature firsthand.


Make new friends.


Meetings are held on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in G202.

For more information see Ms. Becherer ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) in G202.



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