At the recent Seafood Festival, 13 Cedar Key students volunteered to monitor the three recycling/trash sites that were set up in the city park to maximize the capture rate of all recyclables.
This was also done at the Arts Festival this past spring but there was one major difference this time: Students organized this recycle effort and were the team leaders. The Energy Advisory Panel (EAP) festival weekend volunteer, Larry Feldman, simply helped to facilitate what the students wanted to do.
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