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Ohio Beach Goers Swim at Their Own Risk
Beaches are supposed to be for swimming, but at many Ohio lakes it’s swim at your own risk. Since 2008, more than 4,200 water samples reported to the Ohio Department of Health indicated levels of E.coli high enough for the state to issue 2,433 advisories warning swimmers that they risk illness if they play in the water.

The main culprit in the fight to keep lakes clean is phosphorus, a mineral found in fertilizer and manure used on farms across the state. Heavy rains lead to runoff that finds its way into Ohio’s watershed.

Scientists say climate change is contributing to the polluting of recreational waters worldwide.


 
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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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