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    Mike O'Sullivan
    August 14, 2014 8:33 PM
    Teenagers have been removing invasive plants and protecting endangered species around the United States this summer, in a program run by The Nature Conservancy - a non-profit environmental group. Mike O'Sullivan met up with a team of girls on the Santa Rosa Plateau in Southern California.

    US Conservation Program Teaches Teens about Nature

    Published August 14, 2014

    Teenagers have been removing invasive plants and protecting endangered species around the United States this summer, in a program run by The Nature Conservancy - a non-profit environmental group. Mike O'Sullivan met up with a team of girls on the Santa Rosa Plateau in Southern California.


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