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Earth Day 2011: Recycling education, wetland restoration are among activities at UW-Bothell/Cascadia event

City of Bothell Recycling and Public Services Projects Administrator Sabrina Combs (left) and Joanna Mead (right) comb a representative pile of trash generated by the University of Washington, Bothell/Cascadia Community College campus as part of a project aimed to educate the public about recycling. The trash pile was part of a series of events celebrating Earth Day April 21 on the campus. Events included a wetland-restoration work party, hybrid- and electric-vehicle show and an energy dashboard display. - Marc Studer/ Courtesy photo
City of Bothell Recycling and Public Services Projects Administrator Sabrina Combs (left) and Joanna Mead (right) comb a representative pile of trash generated by the University of Washington, Bothell/Cascadia Community College campus as part of a project aimed to educate the public about recycling. The trash pile was part of a series of events celebrating Earth Day April 21 on the campus. Events included a wetland-restoration work party, hybrid- and electric-vehicle show and an energy dashboard display.
— image credit: Marc Studer/ Courtesy photo

City of Bothell Recycling and Public Services Projects Administrator Sabrina Combs (left) and Joanna Mead (right) comb a representative pile of trash generated by the University of Washington, Bothell/Cascadia Community College campus as part of a project aimed to educate the public about recycling. The trash pile was part of a series of events celebrating Earth Day April 21 on the campus.

Events included a wetland-restoration work party, hybrid- and electric-vehicle show and an energy dashboard display.

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