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    Justin Patterson, 14, along with a group of 17 high school students with the Madera Interact Club volunteered in the California Coastal Cleanup Day at Sycamore Island on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
    DIANA BALDRICA
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    The hands of volunteers roam through native plant growth looking for invasive plants to pull out at one of the ponds at Sycamore Island on Saturday as part of California Coastal Cleanup Day.
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    The invasive plant known as Sesbania punicea is part of the pea family. It is poisonous to humans and animals.
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    Students from the Madera Interact Club help remove invasive plants from one of the six pond areas located at Sycamore Island in Madera.
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    Loida In, 12, and Seerat Aujla, 12, take part in California Coastal Cleanup Day to help cleanup the environment. The two are doing community service for Destination Immagination. Both attend Granite Middle School in Clovis. Volunteers helped cleanup Lost Lake Park and Sycamore Island. The two were helping take out an invasive plant known as Sesbania punicea.
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    The pants of Loida In are covered with the remnants of her volunteer work. Loida was one of several volunteers who came to help cleanup Lost Lake Park and Sycamore Island.
    DIANA BALDRICA/THE FRESNO BEE
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