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A green path to conservation

Contest inspires sixth-graders to spread the word

Mill Pond School sixth-grader Jacquie Callery weighed a day's worth of trash generated by teacher Donna Avery's students. Mill Pond School sixth-grader Jacquie Callery weighed a day's worth of trash generated by teacher Donna Avery's students. (ellen harasimowicz for the boston globe)
By Jennifer Rosinski
Globe Correspondent / May 3, 2007

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What began as a contest to reduce trash among sixth-grade classrooms in Westborough's Mill Pond School has parents and teachers thinking about how they can conserve in their own lives. (Full article: 700 words)

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