Our projects are rooted in the pursuit to educate communities about the importance of testing drinking water for heavy metal contamination. We engage students in schools with citizen science projects to test drinking water, soils, and crops in their communities. The Data to Action and Orchards, Gardens, and Fields projects involve teacher curriculum guidance for their citizen science students.
The Arsenic and Aging project collaborates with the University of New England Legacy Scholars Program to engage participants 55 years and older to test their drinking water for heavy metal contamination.
Our projects are ongoing and growing.
Arsenic and Aging: Water Sampling for Mainers 55 and older.
Data to Action: A school-based citizen science project to address arsenic contamination of drinking water in communities.
Orchards, Gardens, and Fields: A school-based citizen science project to address heavy metal contamination in water, soil, and crops in communities.