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Erika Greenberg’s Quest to Become National Environmental Hero Ends Today
Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Wood River High School Erika Greenberg started an environmental club at students’ bequest 10 years ago. And her leadership has landed her in a competition to become a National Hero in conservation in Cox Communications’ Cox Conserves Heroes.

Greenberg could receive $50,000 for her WATER (We Appreciate the Earth’s Resources) club if she wins the voting, which ends today—Tuesday, Oct. 15--at

Eye on Sun Valley’s Karen Bossick takes you to the inaugural Cox Conserves Heroes event, which netted Greenberg $10,000. The video offers a behind-the-scenes look at WATER students.

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