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(KSL News) -- Some Hyrum middle school students took a little field trip today, to the White House!
That's where they found themselves shaking hands with the President of the United States as he presented them with the Presidential Enviromental Youth award.
The award recognized the students' efforts to establish wildlife habitats in their community. The South Cache eight and ninth graders mantained indoor honeybee hives, planted a tree wind row, and even raised and released their own fish.