Lewiston Sun Journal
| by Steve Collins

Caroline Wren ’20, an environmental policy major and cinema studies minor, is quoted in a Lewiston Sun Journal article following her testimony at a recent Maine Legislature public hearing on a bill to help low-income Mainers test for arsenic in their well water. For her honors thesis with Gail Carlson, assistant professor of environmental studies, Wren interviewed people in the Blue Hill, Maine, area about their experiences with their drinking water, and she also provided test kits with a grant from the Buck Lab for Climate and Environment. Wren is currently doing data analysis and write-up about her results.

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