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Bees help MUHS class learn botany

LOCAL BEEKEEPER GERALD Posner (far left) leads Middlebury Union High School students Hunter Longley (middle) and Orlinne Maceno through the process of transporting honeybees into an observation hive in the MUHS greenhouse on Tuesday. Students will continue to observe and learn about the honeybees throughout the school year.  Independent photo/Marin Howell 

On a chilly morning earlier this week, a class of Middlebury Union High School students stepped outside to learn about botany from a large group of winged experts — honeybees. 

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