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EV Students Man Booth at Antes Fort Heritage Days


Three environmental technology students were on hand to answer watershed questions at the Antes Fort Heritage Days on Saturday. The students were manning the Greater Nippenose Valley Watershed Association’s booth. Senior Jason R. Grottini of Riverside,junior Brandon M. Yost of Lock Haven and sophomore Mark A. Barbier of Muncy have been working with the watershed association during the past year, along with all of the other EV students. The three answered questions about the water quality of the various streams in the Nippenose Valley. Additionally, they handed out literature about non-point pollution, household hazardous waste and other environmental topics. Grottini andBarbier also participated in the Black Hole Creek Watershed festival last spring.

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