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On Wisconsin: Green Lake Trying to Set an Example
In 2014, the state Department of Natural Resources listed Green Lake as “impaired” because the lake, with increased weed and algae and a narrow band of low dissolved oxygen from phosphorus, failed to meet optimal water quality standards.

Officials are working on a plan to improve the water quality of the 7,920-acre lake, which is fed by a 107-square-mile watershed, 57 percent of which is agricultural land.

In 2013, the GLA with other lake stakeholders developed a lake management plan to assess water quality challenges and conservation strategies. This year, the organization is funding a phosphorus prioritization plan.


 
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