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Beach cleanup on Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Junior High sixth-graders learn about the biology of the beaches of Thunder Bay from Michigan Sea Grant extension educator Brandon Schroeder at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday.
Thunder Bay Junior High sixth-graders learn about the biology of the beaches of Thunder Bay from Michigan Sea Grant extension educator Brandon Schroeder at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday.
News Photos by Nicole Grulke

September 25, 2013

Nicole Grulke - News Staff Writer, The Alpena News


ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic,"

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.hkIydsvD.dpuf

ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic,"

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.hkIydsvD.dpuf

ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic,"...

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.hkIydsvD.dpuf

ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic," Michigan Sea Grant extension educator Brandon Schroeder said. "It's part of the Great Lakes wide adopt-a-beach network. All the data they collect is put

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.qQdyE9uo.dpuf

ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic," Michigan Sea Grant extension educator Brandon Schroeder said. "It's part of the Great Lakes wide adopt-a-beach network. All the data they collect is put

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.qQdyE9uo.dpuf

ALPENA - Sixth grade students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program by helping to clean up trash at Mich-e-ke-wis Park on Wednesday. The students swept the beaches and the park looking for every kind of trash or litter from plastics to cigarette butts, and kept data on their findings.

"The students weigh the trash to measure their findings, and categorize it into different areas such as smoking, food related and plastic or not plastic," Michigan Sea Grant extension educator Brandon Schroeder said. "It's part of the Great Lakes wide adopt-a-beach network. All the data they collect is put

- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.qQdyE9uo.dpuf
September 25, 2013
Nicole Grulke - News Staff Writer , The Alpena News
- See more at: http://thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526883/Beach-cleanup-on-Thunder-Bay.html?nav=5004#sthash.qQdyE9uo.dpuf
Created on Thursday, September 26, 2013
 
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