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This group is reserved for current students of Marine Biology. These students are enrolled in Honors Marine Biology within the SJSD as well as a collegiate-level Ecotourism and Wildlife program at Hocking College in Ohio.

Location: Saint Joseph, Missouri
Members: 15
Latest Activity: May 20, 2009

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Hocking's Innovative Programs

Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio is an interesting place. This is the school where our three collegiate-level credits will come from. Hocking is within the…Continue

Tags: wildlife management, Hocking, ecotourism

Started by Sean Nash Sep 21, 2008.

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