"Students were proud to learn that our part of the world is unique and important," said Estela Romero. "Now they see the forest that surrounds us with new eyes, and they see themselves as part of an international community." Students planted oyamel fir trees to symbolize Mexico's role in protecting winter habitat for the monarch.
Images: Estela Romero
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