Berrien students protect the environment

Published: Jul. 29, 2003 at 7:45 PM EDT|Updated: Aug. 1, 2003 at 7:14 PM EDT
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July 29, 2003

Nashville - A South Georgia school is helping protect the environment.

Berrien High School is getting the community involved in their environmental clean up project. Their plan includes planting trees, flowers, and building a butterfly sanctuary on the new school grounds.

Tuesday, project leader Al Browning told city leaders the school needs their help to make it a success.

"Whether its by picking up a shovel or donating money, we need all the help we can get," said Browning. "We want the community to get involved with the high school and know what our students are doing."

Browning hopes to finish the project by December.

Last year, B.H.S students participated in the Adopt a Stream program and cleaned up the Alapaha River along Berrien Beach.

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