Students Present Findings from SEPA Grant Arsenic Project

Student scientists from the Blue Hill Consolidated School in ME presented findings to the public on arsenic levels in well water from samples they collected. Their work is part of a SEPA (Science Education Partnership) “Data to Action: A secondary school-based citizen science project to address arsenic contamination of well water” project. The project is funded by a SEPA award Dartmouth SRP and MDI Biological Laboratory in ME received from NIH. Dartmouth SRP researcher Bruce Stanton is Co-PI of the grant and Research Scientist Kate Buckman is the NH coordinator.