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I am a teacher at Deerfield Elementary School, and I am pictured here with one of my students, fifth-grader Dmitriy Gutko. I thought that you might be interested to see what people do with the flyers you hand out at the fair. My students are excited to learn about animals in New York State, and the information that I received from you is very helpful. Thank you for all that you do.

Teale LaBarbera, Deerfield, Oneida County

Meeting some of our readers at the New York State Fair Conservationist booth is one of our annual highlights. In addition to selling subscriptions and talking to interested parties about the magazine, we get to hear from a very important segment of our audience--teachers like you. Thanks for the kind words and the great photo!

--Alex Hyatt, Assistant Editor

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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:LaBarbera, Teale; Hyatt, Alex
Publication:New York State Conservationist
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Dec 1, 2006
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