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Algae Choking Lake Victoria
Lake Victoria, shared by Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda is the world’s largest tropical lake and second largest freshwater lake. It is also an invaluable resource to many millions who depend on it for food, employment, and for recreation.

Algae are now threatening the lake and are affecting fishing activity. The slimy, smelly, green algae are suffocating aquatic life. It makes the water dirty and unfit for human consumption and the odor is pungent and nauseating.

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One of the Curses of Lake Management - Eurasian Milfoil - Supervisor Dennis Faber, who also is a commissioner of the Camp/Center Lakes Rehabilitation District, said conventional wisdom going into this spring and summer was that the heavy snowfall of this year — including on frozen lakes — would mean less milfoil on local lakes. The actual experience, at least on Camp and Center lakes, was the opposite.


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