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Dunloggin efforts to improve health of Chesapeake Bay gain national recognition
Dunloggin efforts to improve health of Chesapeake Bay gain national recognition

The efforts of Dunloggin Middle School students to help improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay have received national recognition. The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council announced Wednesday that Dunloggin's Oyster Gardeners have received one of the 2014 Best of Green Schools awards.  The award recognizes 10 individuals, institutions, projects and events representing the best environmental efforts in schools across the country this year. The Dunloggin Oyster Gardeners are being recognized in the Student Leadership category. The Dunloggin project began two years ago following a field trip to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation where students found only...

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