Tuesday, December 5, 2023
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A recently-launched pilot project in Shallow Run watershed will determine how to improve water quality in the watershed, and what it will take to get there.

Andrew Whelton has traveled numerous times to the sites of wildfires to collect water samples to study the best way to restore its water systems.

Researchers are predicting a mild harmful algal bloom for Lake Erie this year, following a dry spring.

Because winter storms and spring flooding can lead to contamination and damage, spring is an ideal time to test private water systems.

In the 51 years since the Clean Water Act passed, neither Congress nor the courts have defined what “waters of the U.S.” fall under the Act’s jurisdiction.

A new ODNR program will focus on monitoring animals like insect larvae, crayfish and snails to collect data regarding the quality of their habitat. 

Water quality and cover crops were key topics at the Ohio No-Till Conference Dec. 7 in Plain City.

Julie Geiss considers the falling water levels in Lake Powell and Lake Mead and is reminded that fresh water is not something we should take for granted.

For the third year in a row, Lake Erie is expecting a below average algal bloom this summer, due largely to less heavy rainfall. The bloom is expected to be at a 3.5 on the severity index.

In 2020, The Nature Conservancy launched the Farmer Advocates for Conservation program. Through the program, farmers using conservation practices learn how to talk about the benefits they see from them, and encourage other farmers to give them a try.