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IGEL students from around the state listen to Flint RiverKeeper Gordon Rogers, center, talk about water issues in Southwest Georgia. The students represent leaders in business, agriculture and government who come to learn about water and other environmental issues in Georgia. Albany is the second of five planned sessions in separate sections of the state.

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Environmental leaders study Flint River

Around 30 Georgia leaders come to Albany as part of a state-wide environmental study.


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