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Read about cutting edge techniques in hacking environmental science in our "Community Science Forum", our community research journal/archive/zine/map, where we share ideas, techniques, and stories from the Public Lab community.
The Community Science Forum is printed on a 22.75x35" sheet of acid-free paper, and includes a full color reproduction of our projects along with essays, illustrated guides, and interviews. It's a great way to stay abreast of the latest in the DIY environmental science movement.
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Current Issue: Frac Sand This issue is focused on frac sand, and in particular on the work being done in western Wisconsin by community groups concerned about air and water quality impacts of mining operations there.
This issue includes:
What happens when the mining stops? Focus on Reclamation by Gretchen Gehrke, Mathew Lippincott and Cheryl Miller
Local Knowledge and Aerial Imagery by Mary Kenosian