Solana Beach Environmental Forum held

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A Solana Beach Environmental Forum was held March 4 at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church. Leaders from the private, public, educational and non-profit sectors met with young people in a one-on-one setting. The event included a panel discussion, awards, and a raffle. The evening kicked off a number of sustainability events being held this month.

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