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More than 200 fifth-graders from Red Lake, Blackduck, Kelliher, Northome and Schoolcraft attended the 13th annual Water Festival “Wave of Knowledge” on Friday at Waldsee, Concordia Language Village. The festival educates youth about the importance aspect of water pollution in the Red Lake Watershed. Shown above, Blackduck fifth-graders Raquel Bilinski, left, Nick Hower and Shamus Thoring pickup a variety of garbage before it reaches a storm sewer. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer
More than 200 fifth-graders from Red Lake, Blackduck, Kelliher, Northome and Schoolcraft attended the 13th annual Water Festival “Wave of Knowledge” on Friday at Waldsee, Concordia Language Village. The festival educates youth about the importance aspect of water pollution in the Red Lake Watershed. Shown above, Blackduck fifth-graders Raquel Bilinski, left, Nick Hower and Shamus Thoring pickup a variety of garbage before it reaches a storm sewer. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Students attend 13th annual Water Festival “Wave of Knowledge”

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More than 200 fifth-graders from Red Lake, Blackduck, Kelliher, Northome and Schoolcraft attended the 13th annual Water Festival “Wave of Knowledge” on Friday at Waldsee, Concordia Language Village. The festival educates youth about the importance aspect of water pollution in the Red Lake Watershed. Shown above, Blackduck fifth-graders Raquel Bilinski, left, Nick Hower and Shamus Thoring pickup a variety of garbage before it reaches a storm sewer. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

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