Testing the water at Gardner Lake
Brooke Gondek, left, and Marlene Krajewski, right, resource assistants for water monitoring with the D.E.E.P., collect water samples for water quality testing for bacteria and cyanobacteria at Gardner Lake State Park in Salem on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. Gardner Lake is one of the several locations around the state the resource assistants check weekly.
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