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ECO KNOW-HOW SAVE Our Seas

rotecting the Earth starts in your own backyard—and, as a group of local middle schoolers are proving, there’s no minimum age requirement. Enter the Coral Project, a STEAM initiative at Palm Beach Day Academy made possible by a grant from the Annette Urso Rickel Foundation.

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