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Eagle Scout Adam Jankowski Rehabs Pine Glen Nature Trail June 14, 2016

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Eagle Scout Adam Jankowski finished his Eagle Scout Project this spring, with guidance from the Burlington Science Center.  The conservation trail behind Pine Glen Elementary School had become overgrown and run down over the past years.  The elementary classrooms were unable to use the trail due to unsafe and non-passable conditions.

Adam and his volunteers trimmed, cleared and labeled the nature trail.  They filled in deep holes and made sure the trail was safe for students to enjoy.  Adam also built and installed 6 post beam nature signs, which includes information about local plants and wildlife found along the walk.

With the help of Adam and his volunteers, the Science Center was able to conduct nature walks with several Pine Glen classrooms this spring. We appreciate all his hard work and dedication to the schools and the natural world. Great job Adam!

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