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Edgecombe Community College (ECC) and the Pamlico-Tar River Foundation partner to break ground on a rain garden to treat storm water runoff Monday morning at the college. From left to right are ECC sustainability coordinator George Anderson, ECC President Dr. Deborah Lamm, Foundation projects manager Matt Butler, ECC student Nick Oliver, Charlie Harrell, ECC environmental science instructor David Knowles, North Carolina State University student Jonathan Page and Foundation river keeper Heather Deck. (Staff photo/Miranda Baines)

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