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One step away
June 8, 2024

Brazo’s Valley Earth Day Festival

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Photo by Spencer Russo

A women from Mathnasium plays a boy in a dice game during the Earth Day festival

Hundred’s gather at Wolf Pen Creek park in College Station for a day to celebrate the Earth, promote recycling, and enjoy each others company. Participants in the festival ranged form Girl Scouts of America, to Mathnasium, a math oriented learning program.
Photo By: Spencer Russo

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  • Texas Master Naturalist representatives speak to a women during the Earth Day festival at Wolf Pen Creek park

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  • A young boy inspects a display from the Texas Master Naturalist

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  • A boy races across a ropes course presented by Trail Life USA

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  • Earth Day Festival

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  • Children partake in making birds nests from various supplies

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  • A display illustrates the transition butterflies go through to reach their final form of life

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  • Camp Invention encourages fun re-purposing of old or broken electronic equipment

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  • A small boy nervously holds a snake under the careful supervision of adults

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  • Ambassador’s from Sea Grant take down their display and safely transfer fish into a container to go back home

    Photo by Spencer Russo
  • Earth Day Festival

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  • Two Bryan Police Officers pose in front of their cruiser while enjoying the Earth Day Festival at Wolf Pen Creek park

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  • Representatives from the city of Bryan’s Recycling Center pause for a moment for a photo

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  • A women hands a child a bag filed with recycled toys

    Photo by Spencer Russo
  • Brazo’s Valley Earth Day Festival volunteers hold hand made signs made from recycled materials

    Photo by Spencer Russo
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