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Students study health, biodiversity of Lodi Lake and Mokelumne River

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Posted: Thursday, November 30, 2017 11:00 am

Students in Melanie Martinez’s sixth-grade class at Reese Elementary took a trip to Lodi Lake on Wednesday morning to conduct a science experiment on the health of the water at Lodi Lake and the Mokelumne River.

The students sifted through leaf packs that were previously placed at four testing sites at the lake and river, looking for any microinvertebrate species they could find. The students were assisted by Lodi Watershed Program Coordinator Kathy Grant, Lodi Unified GATE coaches Mary Vallerga-Hood and Barbara Transon, and Kes Ben, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife assistant habitat restoration coordinator.

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