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Wayne County Commissioner Joseph Adams, left, is seen with the 2018 Pike/Wayne Envirothon overall winning team, the Wayne Highlands School District Spudsters from Honesdale High School: Matthew Wherman, Emma Olver, Camille Stanton, Lora Protzman, and Madison Palmer; Wayne County Commissioner Wendell Kay, back right; and the group’s advisor, Michelle Tonkin.
 

Honesdale students win Pike/Wayne Envirothon

HAWLEY, PA — The Wayne Highlands School District team, the Spudsters, from Honesdale High School, are the overall winners of the 2018 Pike/Wayne Envirothon. Second place went to Enviro Freaks of Wallenpaupack Area School District.

NEPA Green Fair

PECKVILLE, PA — Be a part of the first annual NEPA Green Fair & 5k for Clean Air, to promote environmental protection, public health and sustainable living throughout the region. Both will be held on Saturday, May 5 at the Blakely Recreation Complex.


TRR photo by David Hulse 

Delaware Riverkeeper Maya van Rossum is pictured signing copies of her book “The Green Amendment” during a December 16 program at the Shirley Reuter Senior and Community Center. Her annotated and indexed 248-page book is available through Amazon and other major booksellers. All proceeds from the sale of “The Green Amendment” benefit the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.

To the greening of the constitution

ELDRED, NY — Delaware Riverkeeper Maya K. van Rossum was on the road fertilizing the grassroots on December 16, visiting Eldred with a new book and a constitutional amendment to sell.

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