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Daily Camera Covers Angevine Middle School Alternative Protein Action Project

Cottonwood Institute Community Adventure Program students at Angevine Middle School in Lafayette, CO were excited to have the Daily Camera in Boulder, CO cover their Action Project about Alternative Protein (a.k.a. eating crickets) – Yum!

“Before we can get students to care about the environment, we have to teach them to love the environment,” said Cottonwood teacher Erin Angel. “They have to experience the environment.”

Click here to read the full article and check out this video to learn more:

Many thanks to Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), The Larrk Foundation, PeyBack Foundation, our donors, and our partners for making this program possible.


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