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Teck gets the bugs out

Teck Biologist Dave DeRosa helps Matthew Shepley, 5, take a closer look at some squirmy bugs in the Trail and District Public Library on Wednesday. DeRosa was visiting the library to teach kids, and even some adults, about the different bugs and insects that live in the waters in and around Trail and the unique ecosystems, how they change and how the health of animals and insects in the water systems can determine water quality.  The Library programs continue throughout the summer. - Liz Bevan
Teck Biologist Dave DeRosa helps Matthew Shepley, 5, take a closer look at some squirmy bugs in the Trail and District Public Library on Wednesday. DeRosa was visiting the library to teach kids, and even some adults, about the different bugs and insects that live in the waters in and around Trail and the unique ecosystems, how they change and how the health of animals and insects in the water systems can determine water quality. The Library programs continue throughout the summer.
— image credit: Liz Bevan
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