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Youth Green Team Eco Summit

Students from Steamboat Springs and North Routt gathered Friday in the Colorado Mountain College auditorium for the annual Youth Green Team Eco Summit. The students discussed environmental issues and ways to improve the world we live in during the daylong workshop.

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Steamboat Springs Middle School student Liz Ruzicka listens to a classmate during a breakout session on natural resources and conservation at the Routt County Youth Green Team Eco Summit on Friday afternoon at Colorado Mountain College. Students from North Routt, Soda Creek Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College took part in the event, which encourages students to become active in environmental issues in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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Students and group leaders discuss ideas during the Routt County Youth Green Team Eco Summit on Friday afternoon at Colorado Mountain College. Students from North Routt, Soda Creek Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College took part in the event, which encourages students to become active in environmental issues in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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Group leader Johnny Walker discusses ideas with students during a breakout session about student activism during the Routt County Youth Green Team Eco Summit on Friday afternoon at Colorado Mountain College. Students from North Routt, Soda Creek Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College took part in the event, which encourages students to become active in environmental issues in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs Middle School student Emma Meyer waits to be called on by group leader Todd Hagenbuch during a breakout session about natural resources and conservation at the Routt County Youth Green Team Eco Summit on Friday afternoon at Colorado Mountain College. Students from North Routt, Soda Creek Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College took part in the event, which encourages students to become active in environmental issues in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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Johnny Walker speaks about how he got involved in helping preserve historic places in Routt County during the Routt County Youth Green Team Eco Summit on Friday afternoon at Colorado Mountain College. Walker was at the event to speak to students about how they can make changes in their community through activism. Students from North Routt, Soda Creek Elementary School, Steamboat Springs Middle School, Steamboat Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College took part in the event, which encourages students to become active in environmental issues in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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