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People, Places and PFAS: How a long-lasting chemical impacts Wisconsin communities
At this webinar, learn about PFAS –a family of human-made chemicals, widely used for their ability to repel both water and oil, that take a long time to break down in the environment.
A panel of Wisconsin agency professionals will share what scientists know about the effects of PFAS on human health, ecological health, and where the future of PFAS research is going.
Gavin Dehnert, Wisconsin Sea Grant
Amarilys Gonzalez Vasquez, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Sean Strom, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
This webinar is hosted by the Lake Superior Reserve Coastal Training Program.