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Youth Watershed Summit Report Showcases Student-led Water Stewardship in Northeast Michigan

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MSUE News Article - October 3rd, 2013

by: Brandon Schroeder


Youth Watershed Summit Report reflects contributions of nearly 200 students from across Northeast Michigan counties to share their watershed studies and stewardship projects.

To read the official news article published by the Michigan State University Extension please Click Here.

Created on Friday, October 4, 2013
 
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