Mushrooms could help clean toxic groundwater in New Mexico

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Mushrooms could help clean toxic groundwater in New Mexico

Kaitlin Bryson holds a mycelium brick, which is used to strip heavy metals and toxins from soil and water. Bryson and other activists hope to use bricks or smaller beads like this to remove chemicals from water and land surrounding the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico.

Mushrooms could help clean toxic groundwater in New Mexico

Kaitlin Bryson holds a mycelium brick, which is used to strip heavy metals and toxins from soil and water. Bryson and other activists hope to use bricks or smaller beads like this to remove chemicals from water and land surrounding the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico.
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