Molly Wolk, middle, with goggles, is a science teacher who says she hopes scientific literacy can benefit all of her students at the College of Western Idaho. Wolk was one of about 1,000 people who marched at the Idaho statehouse on Saturday as part of the March for Science.
Molly Wolk, middle, with goggles, is a science teacher who says she hopes scientific literacy can benefit all of her students at the College of Western Idaho. Wolk was one of about 1,000 people who marched at the Idaho statehouse on Saturday as part of the March for Science. Nicole Blanchard
Molly Wolk, middle, with goggles, is a science teacher who says she hopes scientific literacy can benefit all of her students at the College of Western Idaho. Wolk was one of about 1,000 people who marched at the Idaho statehouse on Saturday as part of the March for Science. Nicole Blanchard

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