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Michigan Farmers Visit Lake Erie to Learn About Algal Blooms

Posted 1 year ago

A group of 80 Farm Bureau members from Monroe and Lenawee counties in Michigan visit Lake Erie to learn about algal blooms and to discuss conservation practices to keep nutrients and sediment on the farm and out of the state’s waterways.

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