Aedan Anbesse • Staff Writer
efforts. With her brother as the president of USU’s environment club, she wanted to do something similar at Logan High. Previous to 2015, Logan High’s leaf club was withering away, that was until Piper gathered a group of friends to revitalize the club. Beginning her Sophomore year, she was the president and was re-elected this year.
During construction this summer, the school moved hundreds of boxes of furniture into the school. Once the items were removed from their boxes, the school had plans to simply throw away the cardboard boxes. Once Piper heard about this, she immediately went into action and started organizing a plan to recycle the boxes. Over the span of two days the club recycled over 3,000 pounds of cardboard from Logan High that would have previously take up space in the Logan landfill.
By far the most impactful proposition that the club had was in the spring of last school year. LEAF Club decided to take their concerns on the air quality to the city council. Each member wrote a testimonial about how the air quality affects their life in the valley and some resolutions on how to improve the air quality and shared their resolutions with the council.
Christian didn’t think that the resolutions would be passed, but the council voted it in unanimously, “I was glad that our efforts had paid off,” she said when she found out the news.