Lake Erie’s annual toxic algal blooms are fed by runoff from agricultural land in the Maumee River watershed. Some farmers have taken steps to reduce the amount of runoff from their fields. But certain regulations only apply to the biggest farms, so large-scale dairy and animal operations continue to threaten the waters.
In this “watch party,” originally broadcast on Facebook, Great Lakes Now Program Director Sandra Svoboda chats with Producer David Ruck from Great Lakes Outreach Media. They answer some audience questions about the show.
More about the segment is HERE.