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



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Plastics F.L.O.A.T 4-H Club

Based in Alpena raising awareness about the importance of REFUSING plastic
Watershed StudiesCommunity and Economic Development

In response to the use of throwaway plastic products that escape into our waterways, like our ocean and Great Lakes, the Plastics F.L.O.A.T 4-H Club helps to educate our community about this issue while also raising awareness about we can do to better protect our ocean and Great Lakes. 


Project Participants
Stephanie Gandulla
Meaghan Gass
Created on Friday, November 18, 2016
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