Muskegon River salmon release program brings nature to classroom
Fruitport Middle School sixth-graders Graham Sullivan, 12, from left, Eli Flores, 12, and Eliza Johnson, 11, check their kick net for insect larvae from the bottom of the Muskegon River Friday morning.
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#1 Jun 2, 2010
So when the salmon come back to spawn how are they going to get from the Muskegon River to Fruitport Middle school?
Just kidding, that's awesome getting kids ionvolved so young. It's not so bad to cut a tree if you plant another one at the same time. I'm not even a tree hugger persay, I just love God and nature!
#3 Jun 11, 2010
It is the Wright Township diaspora. We are spreading Waldronism all over the globe!
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