Recently, Campbell County design and videography students set out to answer just that.
Students from Campbell County and Thunder Basin High Schools dominated the list for their winning video entries in the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) Radon Awareness Week posters and video contest. Five local students took top honors for their creative works, drawing awareness to the dangers of the radioactive gas released from the element radium found in rocks, soil and water, which is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.
The idea is to encourage residents to test for radon in their homes, and these teens killed it.
The winning entries are:
Check out all the video submissions here!
For questions or more information about the Wyoming Radon Program contact the WDH Wyoming Cancer Program at (307) 777-6015.