Students show out science acuity at county fair

Students show out science acuity at county fair

How does global warming affect corn crops? How much salt do you need to add to water to make an egg float? How much sawdust can you put in a cereal treat bar before someone notices? These are just a few questions asked by students from schools all across the region as they participated in the Flathead County Science Fair on Thursday.

Science lovers of all ages packed into the Expo Center at the Flathead County Fairgrounds to take a look at projects from students in third grade and up.

Retired civil engineer Roger Marsonette has been judging the science fair for about seven years. He likes seeing what the students can come up with for their projects.

“To see the imagination of the kids — some of their experiments are just different from the typical boiling water kind of stuff. There are some really interesting things out there, how

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