Last week (July 19), almost 30 kids from the Frontenac Arch Biosphere summer camp at Mac Johnson Wildlife Area continued to work on a project they started last year. At that time, they planted four tiny white cedar plants in one pot. This year, these saplings are about two inches tall with thin roots stretching up to one foot! Campers planted saplings into single pots and marked them with their name. Next year they will be able to see how much their own trees have grown. They also enjoyed searching the nursery for specific tree types to increase their tree knowledge.