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Fifth-grade students from Dallas Elementary Environmental Club plant vegetation this week on an artificial wetland island for Frances Slocum Lake at Frances Slocum State Park. Representatives from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Luzerne Conservation District and the Nanticoke Conservation Club also were on hand. Two 15-by-15-foot structures consisting of recycled plastic were to be launchedas wildlife habitat. An article about the artificial islands will appear on the Outdoors page in Sunday's edition of The Times Leader.
Fifth-grade students from Dallas Elementary Environmental Club plant vegetation this week on an artificial wetland island for Frances Slocum Lake at Frances Slocum State Park. Representatives from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Luzerne Conservation District and the Nanticoke Conservation Club also were on hand. Two 15-by-15-foot structures consisting of recycled plastic were to be launchedas wildlife habitat. An article about the artificial islands will appear on the Outdoors page in Sunday's edition of The Times Leader.
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Fifth-grade students from Dallas Elementary Environmental Club plant vegetation this week on an artificial wetland island for Frances Slocum Lake at Frances Slocum State Park. Representatives from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Luzerne Conservation District and the Nanticoke Conservation Club also were on hand. Two 15-by-15-foot structures consisting of recycled plastic were to be launchedas wildlife habitat. An article about the artificial islands will appear on the Outdoors page in Sunday’s edition of The Times Leader.

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