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Kids learn slimy truth about fish

Cornell Extension offers annual field day programs

Gloversville fifth graders led by retired DEC biologist Dave Mayack learned to identify different types of trout during an environmental field day at the Hale Creek field station Thursday.
Photographer: John Enger
Gloversville fifth graders led by retired DEC biologist Dave Mayack learned to identify different types of trout during an environmental field day at the Hale Creek field station Thursday.
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McNab fifth-grader Haley Rulison had to roll down her hefty adult-sized waders before jumping into the water. She was one of about 100 Gloversville fifth-graders gathered at the DEC Hale Creek field station Thursday morning. Every spring, Cornell Cooperative Extension works with various agencies to put on environmental field day programs. Of all the kids at Thursday’s field day, Haley was one of the most eager to get her hands on some environmental learning. Retired ...


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