Friday, January 11, 2013

Farmers urged to voluntarily cut runoff

Ohio farmers are being warned that if they don’t take steps to reduce the manure and fertilizers that wash off their fields and pollute streams and lakes, government officials will order them to do it.
Read an article in the Columbus Dispatch explaining how concerns over algae blooms in Grand Lake St Marys and western Lake Erie are drawing attention to agricultural runoff into streams, rivers, and lakes across Ohio.

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