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Cedar Creek students don't shy away from getting their feet wet for class

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Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 12:01 am

When it comes to learning about the environment, there's no substitute for hands-on experience. A few ecologically minded students in the higher levels of Cedar Creek High School's Environmental Magnet program got just that April 10 as they surveyed Indian Cabin Creek, upstream from Egg Harbor City Lake, with the help of a pair of AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors.

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