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Students Speak Out to Protect the Belle Isle Marsh

The Climate Nature team, along with the children over at the Donald McKay School, learned about the negative effects of climate change. To bring local context, we detailed its effects on something our neighborhood holds very dear, The Belle Isle Marsh. After learning about all the animals that depend on and live in the marsh, as well as the part the marsh plays as a storm buffer, the kids were excited to write their representatives and mayor to exercise their efficacy in local government. Here’s what some of them had to say!

Wetlands DO rock!
The wetlands protect more than just animals, but everything around it as well!
We need to fight climate change now more than ever!
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Student Sophia expands on her reasons to protect the Belle Isle Marsh.
Jamie wanted to be sincere and genuine in his writing to Mayor Walsh.

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