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Moss study wins Native Science Fair

...testing devil's club salve on psoriasis, and a Best Science award to Dzantik'i Heeni students Rachel Searls and Ari McDonough for seeing whether blubber or feathers provided better insulation. Other teams receiving blue ribbons for culture...

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Students find formula for success at Native science fair

...Western science judges for their project studying the antibacterial properties of sphagnum moss. Rachel Searls and Ari McDonough also scored well with their project comparing the insulating properties of feathers and blubber. In addition to Juneau...

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Blending Native lore, Western science

...and there was a lot of jellyfish." It was her first time in the wilderness. In the Methodist camp kitchen, Ari McDonough and Rachel Searles, both 14, were preparing a test to see if dye made from hemlock bark, a Native technique, was...

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