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North Branch students take a deep look at nature through drawing

MIDDLE SCHOOLERS CHARLOTTE Case, left, and Oprea Littlefield inspect benthic macro invertebrates at the North Branch River in preparation for drawing. Photo courtesy of North Branch School

All fall, every week, the 26 students in the Ripton school have been venturing outside with their science journals, drawing what they find in the woods, in the rivers, among the ferns and tree stumps, on the forest floor, or in the leaf-litter.

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