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Green Bay students tackle garlic mustard at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

7:50 AM, May 15, 2013
Bret LaPlante smells garlic mustard plants as a way to identify the invasive species. Students from John Dewey Academy of Learning work to remove the plants from Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary on Tuesday.
Bret LaPlante smells garlic mustard plants as a way to identify the invasive species. Students from John Dewey Academy of Learning work to remove the plants from Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary on Tuesday.
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Some Green Bay students got their hands, legs - and even their backs - working on Tuesday.

Students attending John Dewey Academy of Learning spent about four hours pulling garlic mustard plants at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. The school partnered with the sanctuary to pull the invasive species from the grounds to improve vegetation and the surrounding environment.

Students were split into teams of six or eight with the goal of collecting the most mustard garlic. School staff and University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students also dug in to help. ...

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