Lower Neuse Riverkeeper Katy Hunt talks DNA testing of waters

Environmental, Sound Rivers

Posted on July 24th, 2021

Goldsboro wastewater treatment plant surrounded by flood waters

Sound Rivers’ Lower Neuse Riverkeeper Katy Hunt weighed in on DNA testing and how it could change the pollution-sourcing game in the near future. Read what she had to say about this powerful new tool at North Carolina Health News.

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