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OKES student Triston Uptagrafft pats sand around the newly planted sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

Old Kings Elementary students plant sea oats to restore dunes at Marineland

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES student Triston Uptagrafft pats sand around the newly planted sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students Ryan Mello, Hannah Guiab, Sophia Polcari, Ava Mello and McKailyn Potts show their excitement after planting the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students Ryan Mello, Hannah Guiab, Sophia Polcari, Ava Mello and McKailyn Potts show their excitement after planting the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES teacher Ellen Asher helps students Mason Johnson, Adrian Alfonso and Kayden Kadashaw plant the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES teacher Ellen Asher helps students Mason Johnson, Adrian Alfonso and Kayden Kadashaw plant the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES student Riley Weitzel makes a hole in the dune with a shovel to prepare to plant a sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES student Riley Weitzel makes a hole in the dune with a shovel to prepare to plant a sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES student Sean Balseiro (front), mother Danielle Balserio and OKES student Logan Duckworth measure 18 inches in between each hole to plant the next sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES student Sean Balseiro (front), mother Danielle Balserio and OKES student Logan Duckworth measure 18 inches in between each hole to plant the next sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

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As part of their Marineland field trip, OKES students watch the dolphins swim around. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

As part of their Marineland field trip, OKES students watch the dolphins swim around. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES student Jaiya Allen pats the sand around the newly planted sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES student Jaiya Allen pats the sand around the newly planted sea oat. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Sea oats line the dunes at the Marineland beach. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

Sea oats line the dunes at the Marineland beach. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students watch the dolphins and listen to facts about their anatomy as part of the Marineland field trip. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students watch the dolphins and listen to facts about their anatomy as part of the Marineland field trip. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students Hannah Bellegarde and Kimora Magno pose by the sea oats they just planted. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students Hannah Bellegarde and Kimora Magno pose by the sea oats they just planted. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students practice a dolphin rescue with a prop dolphin figure as part of their Marineland field trip. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students practice a dolphin rescue with a prop dolphin figure as part of their Marineland field trip. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students Riley Weitzel, Jada Wirt, Natalie Jones and Matilda Noble each have a role in planting four sea oats on the dune. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students Riley Weitzel, Jada Wirt, Natalie Jones and Matilda Noble each have a role in planting four sea oats on the dune. Photo by Paige Wilson

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A group of OKES students, teachers and parents listen to NAME discuss the steps in planting the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

A group of OKES students, teachers and parents listen to NAME discuss the steps in planting the sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

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Sea oats line the dunes at Marineland. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

Sea oats line the dunes at Marineland. Photo by Paige Wilson

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OKES students pose for a photo after planting sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

OKES students pose for a photo after planting sea oats. Photo by Paige Wilson

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