Roulhac Middle School Seventh Grade students recently spent two days interacting with nature.  The students got the opportunity to visit the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center in Freeport, where they learned about water quality, animals, and characteristics of a forest.  The students also got the opportunity to learn about native and non-native insects, deer, and snakes with visits from Cross Country Exterminators, Milton Peel (Fish and Game Management) and Scott Sweeney (Falling Waters State Park).