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Online Video - Student Video Highlights Amphibians, Penn State’s Environmental Strategy

A story in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week highlighted the work of Slippery Rock Area High School student Alex Petridis and his video project exploring the world of amphibians and reptiles.

“The Awesome Spirit of Wildlife” (TASOW) highlights the natural inhabitats of the Wolf Creek Narrows, a 125 acre wildlife area near Slippery Rock.

To see the video visit: Teens’ DVD Aims to Save Amphibians, Reptiles

The second online video this week highlights how Penn State University is working to reduce its environmental impact and save money.

Greenhouse gases and rising fuel costs have caused Penn State and other institutions to consider ways to reduce the ecological "footprint" they leave on the planet.

Steve Maruszewski, deputy vice president for physical plant, outlines the strategy that the University has devised to combat the problem.

Watch the video online.


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