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Environmentalists find fewer microplastics ‘than expected’ on Bellingham beach

Citizen scientists help researchers gather plastic for EPA research

RE Sources intern Hannah Miller examines a collection of microplastics in a red Tupperware.
RE Sources intern Hannah Miller examines a group's collection of microplastic June 8 at H Street Beach. Miller organized a microplastic collection event, where volunteers could help RE Sources identify tiny plastic bits on one of Bellingham's beaches. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
About a dozen citizen scientists traipsed their way down to a small sliver of beach adjacent to Hilt
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