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Students Learn to Go Green at National Environmental Summit

July 25, 2011

Category: Environmental Science, Events

By Mark Wineka,

Julie Williams of Moore County did things you might expect at a National Environmental Summit for high school kids.

She and her "small group" braved the summer's toughest heat and Catawba College Ecological Preserve's largest mosquitoes to radio-track turtles, often from a kayak.

"I've had mosquito bites in places I didn't know you could have mosquito bites," Williams said Saturday.


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