Media report on UMaine partnership with farm to study PFAS

The Bangor Daily News and Morning Ag Clips reported that the University of Maine has established a new partnership with Sue Hunter to advance research on per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, on her farm in Unity, Maine. The agreement provides faculty and staff within UMaine’s Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station access to Hunter’s property to advance replicated, experimental research focused on how PFAS moves through living organisms and potential remediation techniques. Landowners interested in hosting research on their properties should email