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Summer programs at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute put sea life at youngsters’ fingertips

Summer programs at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute put sea life at youngsters’ fingertips

b2ap3_thumbnail_TexasCoop_JohnFaulk2.jpgUTMSI's educational programs are the lead feature in this month's Texas Co-op Power magazine. Check it out http://www.texascooppower.com/texas-stories/nature-outdoors/immersed-in-learning

 

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