Va. students to explore history by traveling on the James River

07/8/2014 | Virginia Gazette (Williamsburg), The

Students from 17 high schools in Virginia this summer are traveling on the James River to learn about the state's geography, history and ecology. The James River Expedition will take students along sections of the river in canoes, rafts and work boats to visit towns and cities along the river and to camp out each night. They will also tour farms, wastewater facilities and power stations.

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