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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.

Reporter Chris Kick says the governor should have worked with farmers instead of issuing an executive order.

Both outgoing members of the Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission would have voted against Gov. Kasich's executive order, if given the chance.

Farmers and fertilizer reps held the 4R Technology field day to review the latest in nutrient management science and equipment.

The Ohio Soil and Water Commission decided to gather more information before declaring eight Ohio watersheds distressed.

This year's Lake Erie harmful algal bloom is forecast to be smaller than last year, but is still of concern.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans to target specific Lake Erie watersheds through an executive order.

The Clean Lake 2020 Plan would allocate up to $36 million in funding for water quality programs.
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