This photo was taken at Oak Point State Park, Ohio’s smallest state park, on South Bass Island in Lake Erie. This year spring storms and winds from the northeast brought record high waters to the western basin of Lake Erie. Here at the park water washed over the sidewalk along the docks, eroding the soil, washing in debris and making boaters walk through water to get to their docks. It remained this high most of the summer. With our climate changing and weather events becoming more severe, is this the new normal? Care of creation becomes the topic. Title: High Water 2019. Photo credit: Ann Hitzhusen

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