Toledo Council Debates Lake Erie “impairment” Designation – Toledo Blade

Toledo council debates Lake Erie "impairment" designation
Toledo Blade
Speakers on Monday urged City Council to adopt a resolution of “impairment” for western Lake Erie for the sake of public health, despite some concerns that federal regulators would use the designation to tighten discharge requirements for the city of ...

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NY Hopes to Restore Lake Sturgeon Populations – Lexington Herald Leader

NY hopes to restore lake sturgeon populations
Lexington Herald Leader
The number of lake sturgeon remains low compared to historical levels due to commercial fishing, dam building and habitat loss. The freshwater fish can still be found in Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and some other ...

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Outdoors Notes: New Look Pheasant Season Starts Saturday – GoErie.com

GoErie.com
Outdoors notes: New look pheasant season starts Saturday
GoErie.com
Pat Harkins, whose 1st District includes Erie County. Under the current law, funds for the permits must be used specifically to provide public fishing access or to protect or improve fish habitat on or at Lake Erie, Presque Isle Bay and their ...

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Lake Erie Algae Blooms Rise Again; Here’s to the SONS – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Lake Erie algae blooms rise again; here's to the SONS
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Water quality off Toledo impacts anglers fishing off Pennsylvania's Erie County shorelines. Fueled by agricultural runoff and urban waste, the algae blooms grow eastward. Large blooms can foul the entire lake. The walleye fishery in particular, as ...

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Outdoors | Coalition Seeks Billions to Restore Great Lakes – the Columbus Dispatch

| Coalition seeks billions to restore Great Lakes
The Columbus Dispatch
The green hue that western Lake Erie takes on during the late summer and early fall every recent year might resemble the color of money, but in actuality it signals an ailing Great Lake that will take political will, a social conscience and a wad of ...

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