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For their Girl Scout Silver Project titled "Protect Our Lagoons," three girls focused on the three lagoons in Carlsbad, spending an hour at each to pick up trash. Then each girl depicted a different lagoon bird using trash found. Their goal was to inspire people to care for our environment, to not litter, to reduce trash created, and to recycle.

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