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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1992
Pollution fines levied more than a year ago will fund an outdoor education program in the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area that will be offered to nearly 1,000 Los Angeles schoolchildren during the next year, the National Audubon Society has announced. The pilot program will include classroom instruction and field trips to the 108-acre refuge near Burbank Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway that is a resting place for Canada geese and other migratory birds.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1992
Pollution fines levied more than a year ago will fund an outdoor education program in the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area that will be offered to nearly 1,000 Los Angeles schoolchildren during the next year, the National Audubon Society has announced. The pilot program will include classroom instruction and field trips to the 108-acre refuge near Burbank Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway that is a resting place for Canada geese and other migratory birds.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1992 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pollution fines levied more than a year ago will fund an outdoor education program in the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area that will be offered to nearly 1,000 Los Angeles schoolchildren during the next year, the National Audubon Society has announced. The pilot program will include classroom instruction and field trips to the 108-acre refuge near Burbank Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway that is a resting place for Canada geese and other migratory birds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1992 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pollution fines levied more than a year ago will fund an outdoor education program in the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area that will be offered to nearly 1,000 Los Angeles schoolchildren during the next year, the National Audubon Society has announced. The pilot program will include classroom instruction and field trips to the 108-acre refuge near Burbank Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway that is a resting place for Canada geese and other migratory birds.
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