"Keep it Clean. Drains to River" is the message students and volunteers recently stenciled on more than 100 storm drains throughout Bath. The goal of the project of the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust is to spread the word that what is put down storm drains can pollute the Kennebec River. Leslie Trundy, left, Thomas Trundy, and Karl Shumaker helped by putting paint to a stencil near a drain.
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