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Earth Day Clean-up at the Tarpon Springs Campus

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By Kelli Stickrath

Thirty students showed up to celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up the Tarpon Springs campus. The students joined Professor Kelli Stickrath to help remove Brazilian peppers shrubs and tear down vines. Others picked up trash along U.S. 19. It was a fun afternoon and was a great way to come together to help keep our campus beautiful.

If you’re interested in joining the Environmental Sciences club at the Tarpon Springs campus, you can contact Prof Stickrather at

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