CFAES’ Stone Laboratory, already the home of extensive long-term Lake Erie water quality efforts, is adding a new research building at Put-in-Bay and new monitoring equipment on the Maumee River, Lake Erie’s largest tributary, thanks to funding provided by Senate Bill 299, the bipartisan Clean Lake 2020 Plan.
Search for solutions to algal blooms, more
The Clean Lake 2020 Plan, signed into law last summer, provides funding for water quality programs that protect Lake Erie, an Ohio Sea Grant story said, with the goal being to “offer potential solutions to the lake’s harmful algal bloom problem and related issues.”
Read the story. (Photo: Stone Lab’s current Research Building, Greg Aylsworth, Ohio Sea Grant, via Flickr.)