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Students learn about microbes, bacteria and more at Bioverse field trip

Homeschooling families visited Bioverse Tuesday on a field trip, learning about microbes, bacteria, and more.

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Tanner Loosbrock, an outside sales rep for Bioverse, explains to students how the company's products are designed to be biodegradeable, allowing them to keep ponds clean without using harsh chemicals. Homeschooling families visited Bioverse Tuesday on a field trip, learning about microbes, bacteria, and ponds. Kari Lucin / The Globe

WORTHINGTON — Homeschooling families representing the Charlotte Mason community, the Nobles County Homeschoolers and others in the area visited Bioverse Tuesday for a field trip.

There, they learned about microbes, bacteria and ponds.

Many homeschool groups exist to share ideas, provide social opportunities and offer curriculum support; to learn more about homeschooling in the region, contact katiemarie06@gmail.com or visit the Nobles County Homeschoolers Facebook group.

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Homeschooling families representing the Charlotte Mason community, the Nobles County Homeschoolers and others in the area visited Bioverse Tuesday for a field trip. Many homeschool groups exist to share ideas, provide social opportunities and offer curriculum support; to learn more about homeschooling in the region, contact katiemarie06@gmail.com or visit the Nobles County Homeschoolers Facebook group. Kari Lucin / The Globe

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