Money To Study Lead In Marsh Coming

La Crosse Gun Club trapshooting competitions at the La Crosse River marsh from 1932 to 1963 left behind lead shot, which sank into the muddy waters. A year ago, 4 professors from UW-L started looking into the lead that was left behind. The result?

Now, they have recieved a $60 thousand U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant which will help the researchers further investigate the lead in the river marsh and partner to educate the community about the marsh ecosystem.


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