Lake Ontario to Maintain Stocking Levels in ’18, Niagara River Needs Help – Buffalo News

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Lake Ontario to maintain stocking levels in '18, Niagara River needs help
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Those were the words of Steven LaPan, Great Lakes Section Head with the Bureau of Fisheries for the state's Department of Environmental Conservation as he explained to everyone in attendance at Lockport's Cooperative Extension 4-H Building last month ...

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Hundreds of Miles of Potentially Toxic Algae Chokes the Western Basin of Lake Erie Again – Wunderground.com (Blog)

Hundreds of Miles of Potentially Toxic Algae Chokes the Western Basin of Lake Erie Again
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“Harmful and toxic algal blooms in western Lake Erie have contaminated drinking water, closed beaches, and hurt our fishing and tourism industries.” Charlotte Jameson, government affairs director for Michigan League of Conservation Voters, said. “NOAA ...

Illegal Ice Fishing on Lake Nipissing Results in $8600 Fines Against Three Men – My West Nipissing Now

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Illegal ice fishing on Lake Nipissing results in $8600 fines against three men
My West Nipissing Now
Fishing illegally for walleye in Lake Nipissing will cost three Southern Ontario men $8,600 in fines plus suspensions. One of the men was fined a total of $3,200 for abandoning 16 walleye suitable for eating and fishing without a license. This man also ...
$8600 in fines for Lake Nipissing walleye fishing violationsSudbury.com

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Lake Erie Is Covered by a Growing — and Dangerous — Algae Bloom That Can Poison Drinking Water – National Post

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Lake Erie is covered by a growing — and dangerous — algae bloom that can poison drinking water
National Post
Lake Erie attracts millions of visitors for beaches and recreation like fishing, and many businesses stand to lose money during large algae blooms. David Spangler, vice president of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association, describes the algae as a ...
Portman lauds Senate passage of bill to fight algal bloomsFremont News Messenger

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$8600 in Fines for Lake Nipissing Walleye Fishing Violations – Sudbury.com

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$8600 in fines for Lake Nipissing walleye fishing violations
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Savai also received a one-year fishing licence suspension. Court heard that in late February 2017, Ministry and Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers received a complaint that a party of three males angling on Lake Nipissing had caught, ...

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie – National Geographic

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie
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Such bright-colored blooms have increased in size and frequency since the 2000s, according to the New York Times, mostly because of heavy fertilizer use on nearby agricultural land. Rain causes the fertilizer to run off the land into rivers that empty ...
Lake Erie Covered In Green Algae | National Geographic AU ...National Geographic Australia

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie – National Geographic

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250000 Football Fields of Green Algae Now Cover Lake Erie
National Geographic
Such bright-colored blooms have increased in size and frequency since the 2000s, according to the New York Times, mostly because of heavy fertilizer use on nearby agricultural land. Rain causes the fertilizer to run off the land into rivers that empty ...

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Aboriginal Rights vs Conservation: Lake Nipissing – Radio Canada International

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Aboriginal rights vs conservation: Lake Nipissing
Radio Canada International
This is especially so in relation to fishing. Racism is a word which is also often tossed into the mix. One of those many sore spots is occurring around a large lake in northern Ontario known for its sport fishing for a variety of fish including ...
No fisherman's tale, men net $8600 in finesMy North Bay Now

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$8600 in Fines for Lake Nipissing Walleye Fishing Violations – BayToday

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$8600 in fines for Lake Nipissing walleye fishing violations
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Savai also received a one-year fishing licence suspension. Court heard that in late February 2017, Ministry and Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers received a complaint that a party of three males angling on Lake Nipissing had caught, ...
Aboriginal rights vs conservation: Lake NipissingRadio Canada International
No fisherman's tale, men net $8600 in finesMy North Bay Now

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Miles of Algae Covering Lake Erie – New York Times

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Miles of Algae Covering Lake Erie
New York Times
the region's economy. Lake Erie attracts millions of visitors for beaches and recreation like fishing, and many businesses stand to lose money during large algae blooms. David Spangler, vice president of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association ...

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