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    GALLERY: Cornville Regional Charter School garden - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Hailey Pelletier, 11, a sixth-grader at Cornville Regional Charter School, helps other students fill in the raised garden beds Friday. The garden's planks are made from recycled materials.

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    Students from Cornville Regional Charter School build a set of raised garden beds at school on Friday. The planks for the beds are made from recycled plastics.

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    Bradley Corson, 9, muscles a five-gallon bucket of soil to a raised garden bed at Cornville Regional Charter School on Friday.

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    Emily Dinan, left, director of client services at TerraCycle, shares a laugh with Paul Jessen, right, brand manager of Tom's of Maine, as they construct an indoor hydroponics grow system at Cornville Regional Charter School on Friday.

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    Stephanie Moses, of TerraCycle, left foreground, leads a group of students filling the raised garden beds with soil at Cornville Regional Charter School on Friday.

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    Emily Dinan, director of client services for TerraCycle, and Paul Jessen, brand manager for Tom's of Maine, build an indoor hydroponics system at Cornville Regional Charter School on Friday. The school won garden bed planks made from recycled materials in a contest sponsored by Tom's.

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