Eric Vilmer
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"We are getting plastic recycle bins at my school"
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Eric Vilmer commented on Eric Vilmer's blog post Great
"Sure, we are at the moment trying to get plastic recycle bins for our school and we are doing a project called project green challenge, we are also planning on trying to get a primatologist called Mireya Mayor to come to our school."
Oct 11, 2013
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"This is Awesome!!! Can you post about what your club is up to- I'd love to know! "
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I am so happy I have officially started my first environmental club at my school, it is also the first in the school district as well
Sep 4, 2013
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"The cool thing about biology is that all that gross stuff is important for animals' survival, and for the health of the planet! Gross things might be weird at first, but really cool once you see how important they are!"
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Hebron High School
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Future Generations
Project Title
The Callow Approach

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I am so happy I have officially started my first environmental club at my school, it is also the first in the school district as well

Posted on September 4, 2013 at 10:16pm — 2 Comments

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