Amelia Mallol, a fifth-grade student at Ballentine Elementary School, was one of the top 10 winners of the Wetlands are Wonderful poster contest held by Wake Soil & Water Conservation District and Novozymes Nature’s GREEN-RELEAF Composting.
Amelia Mallol, a fifth-grade student at Ballentine Elementary School, was one of the top 10 winners of the Wetlands are Wonderful poster contest held by Wake Soil & Water Conservation District and Novozymes Nature’s GREEN-RELEAF Composting. COURTESY OF SHEILA JONES
Amelia Mallol, a fifth-grade student at Ballentine Elementary School, was one of the top 10 winners of the Wetlands are Wonderful poster contest held by Wake Soil & Water Conservation District and Novozymes Nature’s GREEN-RELEAF Composting. COURTESY OF SHEILA JONES

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