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

 

 

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Project Team: Gaylord High School

Current Members
Nate Dionne
Jeff Kalember
Melissa Porta
Eric Poynter
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The Otsego Conservation District and consultant forester, Lynnwood Stephens, joined Mr. Nate Dionne’s 11th and 12th grade class to learn about forest management at Gaylord Community School’s own Five Lakes Natural Area.
2013 Huron Pines AmeriCorps Member Justin Burchett joined Mr. Nate Dionne’s 11th and 12th grade class to learn about the exciting world of hydroponic agriculture, including the environmental benefits over traditional agriculture.
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