DNR begins testing for industrial chemicals in deer

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will test liver and muscle samples from deer to help determine whether industrial chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are present in deer near two PFAS contaminated sites. The DNR initiated sampling near the Duluth airport south of Rice Lake Reservoir when the archery season opened on Sept. […]
Source: Hunting News

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