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Story by Kaya Pulz originally published on medium.com Kaya is a former student of DSF’s Vice President Don Sprangers. *She now attends Unity College. The state of Maine is commonly known for its breathtaking scenery, beautiful wildlife, and great fishing. … Continue reading →

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