Cordova Students Experimenting with Lake Mud

Cordova students are tapping lake mud to generate energy.  The local science club project is an Alaska takeoff on manure based methane systems commonly used for cooking fuel in the world’s temperate zones. The high school students presented their research at the Rural Energy Conference in Fairbanks this week.

Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbank

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