Environmentalist Elaine Chiosso examines the water quality as she conducts a pH test on the Haw River in Bynum, North Carolina on Wednesday, June 5. Just as water levels are looking healthy and not in danger of going hypertrophic, the North Carolina Legislature is considering a full repeal of the environmental program they proposed in 2009.
Environmentalist Elaine Chiosso examines the water quality as she conducts a pH test on the Haw River in Bynum, North Carolina on Wednesday, June 5. Just as water levels are looking healthy and not in danger of going hypertrophic, the North Carolina Legislature is considering a full repeal of the environmental program they proposed in 2009. adrago@newsobserver.com
Environmentalist Elaine Chiosso examines the water quality as she conducts a pH test on the Haw River in Bynum, North Carolina on Wednesday, June 5. Just as water levels are looking healthy and not in danger of going hypertrophic, the North Carolina Legislature is considering a full repeal of the environmental program they proposed in 2009. adrago@newsobserver.com

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