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Published: Thursday, 10/14/2010

Students get their feet wet in science

University of Toledo graduate student Hannah West, center, helps Start High biology students Haylee Liska, left, and Carrie Beck look for specimens and take samples from Shanty Creek. They were among teens taking part Wednesday in the UT-sponsored component of the Student Watershed Watch.


Slug: CTY testing14p                        10/13/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt                      Toledo, Ohio  CAPTION:  Start biology honor student Dominick Bibeau, left, and his teacher Mrs. Wendy Wilson, right, try to identify  a beetle from Shanty Creek while testing and identifying aquatic life in water samples while participating in The Lake Erie Center at the The University of Toledo sponsored component of the Student Watershed Watch, which is a Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, and National Science Foundation GK-12 program on October 13, 2010. The testing took place at Shanty  Creek on Start High School property. Slug: CTY testing14p 10/13/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Start biology honor student Dominick Bibeau, left, and his teacher Mrs. Wendy Wilson, right, try to identify a beetle from Shanty Creek while testing and identifying aquatic life in water samples while participating in The Lake Erie Center at the The University of Toledo sponsored component of the Student Watershed Watch, which is a Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, and National Science Foundation GK-12 program on October 13, 2010. The testing took place at Shanty Creek on Start High School property.
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Start biology honors student Dominick Bibeau and his teacher, Wendy Wilson, try to identify the aquatic life in the water samples.


Slug: CTY testing14p                        10/13/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt                      Toledo, Ohio  CAPTION:  Start biology honor student Bria Highsmith, tests water samples for nitrate while participating in The Lake Erie Center at the The University of Toledo sponsored component of the Student Watershed Watch, which is a Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, and National Science Foundation GK-12 program on October 13, 2010. The testing took place at Shanty Creek on Start High School property. Slug: CTY testing14p 10/13/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Start biology honor student Bria Highsmith, tests water samples for nitrate while participating in The Lake Erie Center at the The University of Toledo sponsored component of the Student Watershed Watch, which is a Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, and National Science Foundation GK-12 program on October 13, 2010. The testing took place at Shanty Creek on Start High School property.
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Bria Highsmith, a Start biology honors student, tests the water for nitrate. The watershed watch program teaches teens about stream ecosystems locally.




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