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Published April 12, 2012, 12:00 AM

Eighth-grader Abi Beam, center, finds a plastic spoon in the trash that could have been recycled, while classmates Cassidy Stokes, left, and Brittni Adams, right, sort through other bags of school garbage for recyclable goods on Wednesday afternoon. The garbage sorting was part of an extracurricular waste audit of the middle school in which students from the school and Bemidji State University participated in. Anne Williams | Bemidji Pioneer
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