The State cites UMaine Extension information about PFAS

In an article about a South Carolina community whose health was impacted after using PFAS-laden sludge fertilizer, The State (Columbia, South Carolina) cited information from University of Maine Cooperative Extension showing that forage grass, which is eaten by cows, has a high potential to take in PFAS from contaminated soil, which in turn creates a risk that PFAS will show up in cows’ milk.