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Alcona Community High School students learn about soils from Jack Guy.

 

 

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Alpena High School - Bagley Creek Restoration, Wildlife Sanctuary Water Quality

Watershed Studies

In this project, AP Biology students from Alpena High School  conduct water quality monitoring within the Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary on the Thunder Bay River and monitor the condition of the water flowing directly into Lake Huron. They also spend some of their time learning about invasive species and conducting the removal of invasive Buckthorn at Bagley Creek. 

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Project Participants
Leadership Team (Alpena High School)
Melissa Doubek
Pete Doubek
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
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Created on Monday, August 23, 2010
 
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