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Bugs, Flowers, And Earth Day

Tags: Environment


By Aubriee, 6
Recorded at CLP Hear Me Project - Allegheny on April 22, 2011
Description:
Aubriee talks about the importance of plants and Earth Day. She also attended a gardening event at her library and shares what she planted during this program.



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