Valders Journal article brings attention to phosphorous in area lakes

Phosphorous levels are slowly increasing in Manitowoc County lakes.

Gene Weyer, water quality testing director and former president of the Manitowoc County Lakes Association, displayed graphs of phosphorous levels on 16 area lakes to those gathered at the association’s Feb. 21 meeting.

A photo of Gass Lake in 2011. Gass is one of our lakes with a high level of phosphorous.



Todd S. Bergmann covered the MCLA meeting in his recent article, available for download with permission from the Valders Journal here:

Lake stewards keep the faith to continue phosphorous fight
By Todd S. Bergmann, Thursday, February 28, 2019






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Updated: August 14, 2020 — 9:47 am

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