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Park Rapids sixth graders mixed a solution of Bromythmol Blue and water to identify the level of acidity and learn how CO2 can enter the water cycle. From left are Ellery Overmyer, Tatum Mercer and Logan Johnson. (Anna Erickson / Enterprise_

Local youth learn, lead on climate change

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Last week fifth and sixth grade Park Rapids area youth joined thousands of young people across the nation to conduct the experiment 4-H2O as part of 4-H National Youth Science Day. 4-H2O is the 2010 National Science Experiment.

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