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Two Harbors STEM camp wraps up

From left, Kristin Haveri flies a quadcopter drone as Nora and Maggie Hubbard look on. (Two Harbors High school STEM camp photo)1 / 2
From left, Sam Knight, Jake Wilmot and Eli Schlangen go through sample collected from a river. (Two Harbors High School STEM camp photo)2 / 2

The 2015 Two Harbors High School STEM camp wrapped up last week with a final event at the Knife River rest stop.

This year's seventh through ninth grade students made quadcopter drones as well as took river samples for a stream ecology study. The students were able to present their drones as well as answer questions about the data collected from the Stewart River, Skunk Creek and Knife River. They even got a chance to try their hand at fly fishing as well.

The STEM camp is organized by the THHS science department and wrapped up after a week of science, technology engineering and math fun.