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Lake Park to dedicate fountain

May 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

LAKE PARK, Iowa — Community leaders in Lake Park are hoping a water fountain that will double as an aeration system will help reduce the severity of blue-green algal blooms that accumulate in a sheltered area of Silver Lake.

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Osakis lake cleanup is on MPCA to-do list

October 9, 2012 in The Osakis Review

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has put Osakis on notice on proposed limits on the city’s sewer holding pond, with a deadline for compliance by July 2021. Continue Reading

Report: Excessive nutrients damaging Great Lakes

March 9, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

A U.S.-Canadian report says parts of the Great Lakes are suffering from excessive nutrients such as phosphorus, which promote growth of algae blooms that can damage ecosystems and human health. Continue Reading

Report: Excessive nutrients damaging Great Lakes

March 9, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

A U.S.-Canadian report says parts of the Great Lakes are suffering from excessive nutrients such as phosphorus, which promote growth of algae blooms that can damage ecosystems and human health. Continue Reading

Report: Excessive nutrients damaging Great Lakes

March 9, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

A U.S.-Canadian report says parts of the Great Lakes are suffering from excessive nutrients such as phosphorus, which promote growth of algae blooms that can damage ecosystems and human health. Continue Reading

A cleaner Lake Winona? Costs would be ‘scary’

September 27, 2010 in Alexandria Echo Press

A sparkling clean Lake Winona. Is it possible? Probably not and it would cost a lot of money just to try, according to a discussion that took place at an Alexandria City Council meeting Monday night. Continue Reading

A cleaner Lake Winona? Costs would be ‘scary’

September 27, 2010 in Alexandria Echo Press

A sparkling clean Lake Winona. Is it possible? Probably not and it would cost a lot of money just to try, according to a discussion that took place at an Alexandria City Council meeting Monday night. Continue Reading