We’ve avoided a crisis this summer, but underlying issues remain.
Have to be proactive as a community in protecting our water at the source of the pollution, runoff.
2014 Toledo water crisis underscored the need for early detection
PORT CLINTON — With 30 percent of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s operating budget funded by the U.S. EPA, state EPA officials fear what might happen to Lake Erie and other parts of the Buckeye State if President Trump’s
Law will take effect in early October, after algal bloom season has largely run its course.
Pollution will affect the health of millions of people.
Farmers cheer move by Trump administration, while activists fear for water quality.
The best angling information from area experts.
Cessna crashed into lake shortly after takeoff Dec. 29.
Researchers anticipate size of summer’s bloom to be roughly a six to eight on scale of 10.