Michigan Schools Embrace Wind Power, Biodiesel

A rural school district in Michigan has gone green. One school powers itself with wind turbines, and students soon will press oil from soybeans and sunflowers for biodiesel. The Laker district's efforts are saving money — and preparing kids for green careers.

Amy Robinson reports from member station WCMU.



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