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Default NBJH 7th Graders Learn about Water Quality, Invasive Species during Ecology Day

NBJH 7th Graders Learn about Water Quality, Invasive Species during Ecology Day
By Northbrook School District 28 Northbrook Community Member
Nov 8, 2010 at 1:24 p.m.

NBJH 7th Graders Learn about Water Quality, Invasive Species during Ecology Day — Northbrook news, photos and events — TribLocal.com
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Northbrook Junior High School students had a chance to participate in river and pond water quality testing, identify macro-invertebrates, and help clear out invasive buckthorn during a recent Ecology Day activity.

The students participated in four stations during the half-day of activities.
Students worked with Park District employees to cut down invasive species (mostly buckthorn) in the Trail Through Time area near the river...
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