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Wilton Wildlife Preserve interns create program for kids and parents

Wilton Wildlife Preserve Environmental Education and Conservation intern Sarah Cartwright, left, helps Clare Sacks, 8, with a project about pollution in the Cranshaw Story Room at the Saratoga Springs Public Library.
Wilton Wildlife Preserve Environmental Education and Conservation intern Sarah Cartwright, left, helps Clare Sacks, 8, with a project about pollution in the Cranshaw Story Room at the Saratoga Springs Public Library.
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Environmental education interns Sarah Cartwright and Anna Papperman have developed a program for young people at the Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park, in addition to their regular duties. Margo Olson, the preserve and park’s executive director, said the park was fortunate to receive a grant from the New York State Conservation Partnership this year so she could hire two interns rather than the usual one. “They support each other. They have exceeded our expectations,” Olson ...

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