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Maine Edge Advances 4-H Science Saturday at Witter Farm

The Maine Edge previewed the University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Science Saturday on Nov. 2 at UMaine’s J. Franklin Witter Teaching and Research Center. Anne Lichtenwalner, an assistant professor and Cooperative Extension veterinarian, and students in UMaine’s Animal and Veterinary Science Program will lead the program titled “Clues Written in Blood.” Participants, youth in grades 6-8, will be able to use microscopes to examine animal blood samples.

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