Md. students go green at lunch time

03/19/2012 | Patch.com

A Maryland elementary school held a waste-free lunch recently as part of its efforts to become a green school. While students do recycle at lunch, their instructions were to try to cut back on what they throw away. The school's yearlong focus on the environment has resulted in student projects, including composting and creating rain barrels.

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