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Solar-powered pontoon ride

I had the pleasure of enjoying a carbon-free boat ride on the solar-powered pontoon. The lake with forest backdrop was stunning. We even saw a buck swimming across the lake! Helping kids develop an appreciation for nature and wilderness is essential if we want to protect, conserve, and regenerate it long-term. Innovations like the solar-powered pontoon are good inspiration for even bigger ideas!

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