Waders, bibs and boots were the items for the day at Cape May Tech. Ms. Hanna Toft, Natural Science Technology teacher and FFA (Future Farmers of America) advisor, gathered FFA members and headed out to the saltmarsh located behind the school for a habitat clean-up project.
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