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updated 12:55 PM UTC, Jan 23, 2020

Natural Resources Board Discusses Blue-Green Algae Problem

  • Written by Wheeler
  • Published in News

The Natural Resources Board discussed the impact blue-green algae is having on Wisconsin during a Tuesday meeting at Rib Mountain State Park.

Part of the discussion was a case in North Carolina where three dogs died just a few hours after playing in a pond covered by the algae. It can make people sick, too. The D-N-R says it has about 800 waterways listed as "impaired" under the Clean Water Act because the toxic algae grow there.


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