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Daily photo by Emily Saunders

Not very tasty?

Trey Craig, left, and the rest of his fourth-grade class from West Limestone gag when they drink from their edible aquifer. Joe Polk, right says all the "dirt and sediment" tastes good.

In the Edible Aquifer workshop, students put different layers of contaminants in their water. Sprite represented the water and worms, varying layers of sprinkles and ice cream were the contaminants.

Fourth-graders from all over Limestone County came to Athens State University where they attended workshops about protecting groundwater from contamination during the Ninth Annual Limestone County Groundwater Festival.

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