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Flint Teen Water Testing Featured by C.S. Mott Foundation

Posted on November 14, 2019 by

From left to right, Anayla Gray, Marquise Willis, Daryl Sparks and Naijha Friend are shown at a Flint home where they collected water samples. 

The Flint teen water testing program collected over 160 water samples in 2018 providing residents trusted information about the quality of their water.  Funding from the C.S. Mott Foundation supported the pilot project and Phase II, construction of water testing lab at the Flint Development Center.

 

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