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Noteworthy Achievements by Notebaert TEENS
Posted: 12/27/2010 5:07:45 PM by Deb Kutska
Participants from the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum's TEENS program have had a busy fall engaging their peers and their communities in conservation!  Check out some of their hard work below!

TEENS participated in the 10/10/10 Global Work Party: A Day to Celebrate Climate Solutions, by working at the Joy Garden at Northside College Prep High School.

TEENS assisted the Nature Museum’s Educator Open House in October and helped educators around Chicago overcome their fear of cockroaches
TEENS took part in a day of restoration at the Skokie Lagoons by cutting invasive Buckthorn

TEENS lend a hand with the Herpetological Society on the first snowy day of December at the Nature Museum
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