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Students for the Environment club members for 2013-14

Students for the Environment is a student-run organization at Bemidji State University focused on environmental issues, on and off campus. The students educate their peers on campus and advocate for a healthier planet through volunteer work, campaigns, projects and the promotion of lifestyle changes.

All students are welcome and encouraged to join Students for the Environment.

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Students are listed below by order of hometown.

Bemidji |56601| Grant Bingham, senior, geography
Cass Lake |56633| Trevor Smith, sophomore, environmental studies
Dilworth |56529| Alexandra Miller, junior, environmental studies, president
Eagan |55123| Nikki Galatowitsch, sophomore, chemistry
Lamberton |56152| Skyler Vold, sophomore, environmental studies, vice President
Milaca |56353| Amber Dorr, junior, psychology, secretary
Northfield |55057| John Frazier, senior, design technology
Park Rapids |56470| Dylan Seivers, senior, environmental studies
Stewart |55385| Breanna Wagner, sophomore, biology, treasurer
St. Peter |56082| Jordan Morgan, sophomore, environmental studies

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