Would anyone here be available as a consultant for a possible future mycoremediation or phytoremediation project?
An organization called the Native American Youth Association here in Portland, OR is considering a project like this…"
I am currently seeking a consultant for a phyto/mycoremediation project at a site here in Portland, Oregon. It looks like you have possibly had experience in this field- so I am wondering if you or anyone you know would be available…"
I am a biology student, and I'm specifically interested in gaining more insight about mycoremediation.
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I stumbled upon this website while researching mycoremediation.
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Biology student researching mycoremediation
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