What Ceramic Casting Slip Can Tell About The Effects of Development On The Water Supply, That Our Political Leaders Won’t Say

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Slip-cast ceramic sugar and creamer in hand-painted blue-green striped by Andersen Design. Photo by Mackenzie Andersen

The Falcon sculpted by Ian Peter Andersen in a white glaze falling over the natural brown slip. Photo by Mackenzie Andersen

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Adams Pond and Knickerbocker Lake currently meet state water quality standards, but both are listed on Chapter 502 of the Maine Stormwater Law as “Most at Risk from New Development” and on Maine’s NPS Priority Watersheds List. Adams Pond and Knickerbocker Lake Water Shed Protection Plan published 2015

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Originally published on Medium April 3 2p21 11:00 am

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