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Rowe's science class study's fish population


Ian Minielly/Daily Globe

KATIE RAND exits the boat Monday with a netting of fish after emptying the second net in the Bluff Valley pond in Bessemer Monday.


BESSEMER - Dave Rowe, science teacher at A.D. Johnston School in Bessemer, is frequently seen outside the walls of the school providing students in his classes with hands on opportunities to use science in life applicable ways.

On Sunday, the Department of Natural Resources and Lake Superior State University lowered three nets into the pond at Bluff Valley Park so Rowe's grade 10 biology students can assess fish population in the pond.

According to Rowe, the fish surveying is a five-year effort to assess the pond and its survivability with an ey...

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