Cabot Students Take The Lead In Conservation Project

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Cabot School students Lyrica Stellle and Kyle Celley work on the Plainfield river access project.

Submitted by Cabot School students Billie Jean Rowe and Seth Herrick-Trombley, and teacher Julia Hewitt.

CABOT -- Tenth-grade students at Cabot School are putting their biology and chemistry studies to work, collaborating with local conservation organizations to build a public river access on the Winooski River in Plainfield, Vt. When completed, canoeists and kayakers will have a place to portage the Plainfield Dam, immediately downstream.

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