LIFE group

Wesley LIFE hosted speakers from the Williams County Alliance on January 10 regarding the AquaBounty Project. From left are Ted Fleming, Wesley member Dee Roan, Andy Struble and Sherry Fleming.

The topic on Jan. 10 for Wesley LIFE was the proposed AquaBounty Project. Three persons from the citizens’ group, Williams County Alliance, presented information and shared insights regarding environmental concerns with this project.

Speakers included Sherry Fleming, Andy Struble and Ted Fleming. Via Powerpoint, they showed the plan and location of the proposed project near Pioneer and a map of the underground Michindoh Aquifer, the county’s sole source of drinking water.

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