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St. Ann's students learn conservation

Blaine Snyder works on the water bug study.1 / 2
(Back, l-r) Jarrett Pettit, Tyler Pilanca, Blaine Snyder, Jerry Kehn, Zac Schertler and (front, l-r) Joe Wallgren and Bryce Wolff are at the rock climbing wall.2 / 2

St. Ann's Catholic School fifth- and sixth-grade students recently spent three days at the Deep Portage Conservation Learning Center near Hackensack, Minn. Archery, rock climbing, canoeing, bog hiking, tree identification, water bug study, pioneer Olympics, orienteering and nature journaling were among the many activities they participated in.