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Clearer Lake Means More Native Plants
There's a dense new weed growing in Bald Eagle Lake. The good news: it's native. The bad news: it makes boating difficult.

The plant, buttercup, was discovered during a routine survey by Blue Water Science aquatics expert Steve McComas.

McComas, often referred to as the "lake doctor," said he has never seen so much buttercup and another native plant, white stem pondweed, growing in Bald Eagle in the 20 years he's been surveying the lake. He attributes the growth to the very clear water in Bald Eagle following the second alum treatment this spring.


 
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