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Farmingdale High School Environmental Club Cleans Up Natural Preserve

Farmingdale Students Help Protect Massapequa Preserve.

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Environmentally-conscious members of the Farmingdale School District community collect garbage in the Massapequa Preserve.

Photo by: Farmingdale School District

Farmingdale, NY – July 12, 2017 – The Farmingdale School District recently sponsored a trip for environmentally-conscious families and students of all ages to aid in protection efforts for the Massapequa Preserve
 
The families cleaned up the preserve by searching for and bagging garbage, monitoring the ecology of the woods and maintaining natural beauty of the waterways. 
 
This trip was part of a Farmingdale School District initiative to provide a high-quality environmental education and help students take action to protect the planet in their community and around the globe.
 
For more information about the Farmingdale School District, please visit:
http://www.farmingdaleschools.org.