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After divers planted eel grass, Sulivans Elementary School 4th-graders, release young marbled flounder into Green Marina May 16. The project has become an annual event for the students to help and learn about environmental issues like improving the local marine ecosystem. Events like the eel grass planting contributed to CFAY being the 2010 USFJ Host Nation Coordination and Pollution Prevention awards, according to NAVFAC FE Environmental Technician Ryouko Araki.
Photo by Joe Schmitt.