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Current Events and Information

  • Erie Waterkeeper Meeting September 12 at the Toledo Yacht Club 7 pm. All welcome. State Representative Paula Hicks-Hudson will be the featured speaker followed by Lake Erie Round Table discussion
  • 2019 harmful algae is really bad in the western portion of the western basin and in late August is moving east to the islands.  This year’s algae is dense, putrid and has toxins.  The winds cause the green to wash ashore along with the scum.  This year as the algae decays it appears to form brown masses that look and smell like sewage but test show it is algae.  Here is the August 26 NOAA Forecast 
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  • Lake levels are dropping but rains decrease amount of reduction.  
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  • Toledo/Lucas County conduct a Nutrient Source Inventory to determine where the harmful algae bloom phosphorous sources are coming from.  
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  • Toledo/Lucas County/Oregon study show economic benefit to reducing harmful algal blooms.
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  • Six Lake Erie Wind Turbines get more approval via negotiation 
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