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Ohio State scientists study runoff to stop toxic algae in the Great Lakes

Ohio State scientists study runoff to stop toxic algae in the Great Lakes
September 4, 2014 GLN Editor
Lake Erie Algal bloom

How can the great lakes recover from agricultural runoff and toxic algae blooms? On September 3rd, the EPA announced it will distribute $12 million to educate farmers and improve water quality in the region. Detroit Public Television’s Christy McDonald speaks with scientists about their search for a solution to runoff-fueled toxins.

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