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Wheeler High School students pull Asian bittersweet vines, an invasive species, from along trails at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens in September during United Way's Youth Day of Caring. Ecologist John Ervin thinks harvesting invasive plants for use in business would be a better solution to …
Wheeler High School students, from left, Jake Bertucci, Derek Butucci, Edgar Hedge and Dominic Davids pull Asian bittersweet vines from along a trail Saturday at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens. The students were participating the in the annual United Way Youth Day of Caring.
Students carry a tree limb trimmed Saturday during the United Way Youth Day of Caring at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens. High school students from Lake and Porter counties gathered to help with projects such as trail maintenance and clearing invasive plant species.
High school students work to clean the outdoor classroom Saturday at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens during the United Way's Youth Day of Caring.
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