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Researchers hope to partner with more than a dozen northwestern Ohio farmers, to study the issue of legacy phosphorus.

Despite strong calls from Ohio Gov. John Kasich to act on his executive order, a state commission that is reviewing it believes more time is needed.

Although harmful algal blooms have plagued Lake Erie for most of the past decade, this year's bloom is lower than scientists expected.

Task force members concerned there could be too many shortcomings in Kasich's plan, with one member likening it to a "random act of regulation."

Former Ohio Ag Director says he is unsure why he was let go, but is proud of what his department accomplished.

No decision came out of the Oct. 4 meeting of the Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission's task force on the designation of Lake Erie watersheds as 'distressed.'

A state legislative committee heard additional testimony this week, on the governor's distressed watershed order.

Running late October through November, the annual Fall Brawl is all about Lake Erie's now legendary night fishery for near-shore walleyes.

A diverse group of experts and stakeholders is weighing the governor's order to designate certain watersheds in distress.

Landowners and producers, along with their soil and water conservation districts, should all stay engaged in improving Western Lake Erie Basin watersheds.
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