Dr. Ken Rudo speaks about North Carolina's findings regarding high levels of mercury in fish from Lake Glenville, in Jackson County, North Carolina at a public meeting in Cashiers, NC Dec 15, 2014.
Dr. Ken Rudo speaks about North Carolina's findings regarding high levels of mercury in fish from Lake Glenville, in Jackson County, North Carolina at a public meeting in Cashiers, NC Dec 15, 2014. The Canary Coalition
Dr. Ken Rudo speaks about North Carolina's findings regarding high levels of mercury in fish from Lake Glenville, in Jackson County, North Carolina at a public meeting in Cashiers, NC Dec 15, 2014. The Canary Coalition
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