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Rockport Students Help to Reduce Waste at Motif #1 Day

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Rockport Middle and High School Students were out around downtown Rockport on May 19th to help with the Rockport Exchange’s Zero Waste Initiative. Rockport Exchange, the organization responsible for running the Farmer’s Market as well as Motif #1 Day, is trying to reduce the waste produced at its events by supporting recycling and composting. Students volunteered in 2-hour shifts to help patrons throw their trash in the correct bins.

A special thanks to Black Earth Compost, who provided the composting service for the event. For more information about Black Earth Composting, visit their website at https://blackearthcompost.com/

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Nathaniel Kirby, Local Events Contributor

Nathaniel Kirby is a junior at Rockport High School and is involved in many of the school's clubs, such as the Green Team and the Math Team. Nathaniel...

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Rockport Students Help to Reduce Waste at Motif #1 Day