Busy 4’s club update


The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.

The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.


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The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.


Courtesy

The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.

The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.

The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/04/web1_Busy42-1-.jpgThe guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches. Courtesy

The guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2019/04/web1_Busy42-2-.jpgThe guest speaker at the March meeting of the Busy 4’s 4-H club was Thomas Aluise from the (West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection) WVDEP. He is the district 5 coordinator for the Youth Environmental Program. He presented a program on the problems that smokers are creating by leaving a trail of cigarette litter behind. Cigarette butts are made of a material called cellulose acetate which is not biodegradable. They create problems for fish, wildlife, and humans and can be found everywhere. A big problem is they are washed down storm drains and wind up in the ocean and on the beaches. Courtesy