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Kings County students team up with Gulf of Maine Institute to talk environment, how they can help

February 27, 2018

WOLFVILLE – If you want to save the planet, start with your own backyard.

This was one of the main messages received at a recent environmental summit hosted by The Gulf of Maine Institute Feb. 23 at Acadia, where students from Kings County Academy, Horton High School and Northeast Kings Education Centre heard community leaders and worked together on discussing their own backyards, potential problems, and how they could fix them.

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