Sunday, August 18, 2019
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NOAA researchers predict a harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie measuring 7.5 on the severity index. They also reported a phosphorus decrease in the lake, suggesting improvements can be made more quickly than originally thought.

Scientists are conducting research to understand why harmful algae blooms happen in particular parts of Lake Erie.

The activist group behind the Lake Erie Bill of Rights is after more than just cleaner water. Editor Susan Crowell urges you to pay attention to what's going on in Toledo that could target personal property rights.

Editor Susan Crowell issues a stern warning to farmers in this week's commentary: If you farm, you need to pay attention to how you manage your farm to minimize its impact on the environment. Period.

Ohio farmers in the Western Lake Erie Basin can get financial assistance to plant small grains such as wheat, barley, oats, or cereal rye.

The Lake Erie algal blooms might feel like too big a problem for you to make a difference, but there's something that everyone can do.

Alan Guebert shares his thoughts on the Lake Erie Bill of Rights and the arguments surrounding it.

A federal court judge has granted a temporary injunction in the case involving the constitutionality of the Lake Erie Bill of Rights.

During a meet-and-greet held in Ashland County, Ohio Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda announced some of her departments priorities in her first year.

Conservation-minded farmers were reminded to plan ahead at this year's conference in northwestern Ohio.
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