Alcona Community High School students learn about soils from Jack Guy.



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Thunder Bay Jr. High youth Adopt-a-Beach, enhancing their coastal Lake Huron shoreline and community

Kicking off their school year, more than 150 youth from Thunder Bay Jr. High take their classwork to the shorelines of coastal Lake Huron, adopting local beaches to explore and enhance Great Lakes habitats and their local community.  Through their learning, this student effort is fostering valuable school and community partnerships benefiting their school and learning, Alpena area communities, and healthy Lake Huron ecosystems.


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