Two Years Out, Little Progress Made on Lake Erie Nutrient Reduction Goals

On the heels of another dangerous summer algae bloom, groups in the Lake Erie region are looking towards new strategies to tackle nutrient pollution affecting the lake. According to a recent analysis by several groups, measures to reach pollution reduction goals are falling short and, as a result, the region has made little progress since the goals were set.

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