Monsanto donates $8k to Wetland Watchers

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May 27, 2011 at 10:16 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Pictured are Orin Blouin, Tammy James, Warren Fremen, Jennifer Pfister, Jeff Billings, Pat Lee, Bryan Khamvongsa, Kristen Mills, Darren Clouatre, Kay Davey, Ed Hymel, Danny Martin, Meghan Diederich, Tim Charles, Veronica Ware-Walker, Randall Alberts, Hurs
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Pictured are Orin Blouin, Tammy James, Warren Fremen, Jennifer Pfister, Jeff Billings, Pat Lee, Bryan Khamvongsa, Kristen Mills, Darren Clouatre, Kay Davey, Ed Hymel, Danny Martin, Meghan Diederich, Tim Charles, Veronica Ware-Walker, Randall Alberts, Hurs
Employees from Monsanto in Luling were pleased to award the Harry Hurst Middle Wetland Watcher Service-Learning Project a check in the amount of $8,000.

The funding from Monsanto will be used to purchase equipment and materials to support the students’ efforts towards education, service and awareness of the importance of Louisiana wetlands.




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