56 hours in Toledo: Turning point?

algae 2 for GBWhat do Ohioans think about Lake Erie’s algae problems? Especially what has been causing them? Last summer’s Toledo water crisis changed people’s thinking, says CFAES economist Brian Roe: “Some argue that these 56 hours in Toledo may be a turning point for Ohio agriculture, potentially altering public sentiment and private fears about agriculture and farm runoff and its relationship with water quality and public health on par with how reports of the Cuyahoga River fire of 1969 pivoted public attention to industrial pollution around the Great Lakes.” Read the story. (Photo: Ohio Sea Grant.)

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