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Teens Connect with Nature on California Islandi
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Mike O'Sullivan
September 07, 2012 12:07 PM
Students around the United States have been getting in touch with nature in a program run by the group The Nature Conservancy. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports some teenagers from Los Angeles spent time on an isolated island off the California coast, a short distance from home, but a world away from the city.

Teens Connect with Nature on California Island

Mike O'Sullivan

Published September 07, 2012

Students around the United States have been getting in touch with nature in a program run by the group The Nature Conservancy. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports some teenagers from Los Angeles spent time on an isolated island off the California coast, a short distance from home, but a world away from the city.


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