by Worthington Daily Globe
March 20, 2013 at 7:00 pm in Worthington Daily Globe
We were in Worthington on Sunday and enjoyed dinner at one of the fine restaurants. After dinner we went shopping and then went on a drive around Lake Okabena. Continue Reading
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Is there a scientific link between goose droppings and algae bloom? If that were the case, imagine how much waste the fish leave daily. The geese were on Lake Okabena long before the area was settled in the 1870s.
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In the late 1800′s & early 1900′s all the lakes remained frozen until spring really arrived. Now many lakes are aerated & some have open water from generators etc. With the open water some geese stay all winter & big flocks come back early & thousands of geese congregate in small areas. Waste material from geese is the same as waste products from other livestock. How would you feel if someone who raised the same amount of geese in confinement dumped their lagoons directly into the lake? Kern Iverson
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