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Alternative Energies Curricula

The 3M Foundation, a St. Paul, Minn.-based technology company, has awarded the Washington-based National 4-H Council, a national youth volunteer and community involvement organization, with a $500,000 grant to support curriculum that teaches youths about alternative energies and related careers. The program will be implemented in six urban and surburban sites across the nation over the next school year.

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