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Aquatic Plants to Improve Water Quality
In an effort to improve water quality on Petenwell and Castle Rock lakes, volunteers are needed to plant aquatic plants native to the area into the shallow water to learn if they can re-establish the plant population.

Aquatic plants, which compete with algae for food, have disappeared from the lakes during the past 10 to 15 years. Blue - green alga, a type of bacteria that feeds on excess phosphorus that enters the lakes, has been a problem this year. A low water flow and high temperatures started the algae forming early this year.

The plants will not only compete with the algae for food, but they will also provide a habitat for fish and other aquatic life.

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