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Ozaukee Washington Land Trust Receives Grant
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust received a $448,663 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in order to eliminate and inventory the most aggressive of invasive plants in wetlands and waterways covering 1,500 acres in six counties of southeastern Wisconsin.

The volunteers will set out next spring to combat the invaders and begin taking back territory for native plants. Phragmites, lyme grass, Japanese knotweed, and purple loosestrife are some of the most serious threats to coastal wetlands and tributaries and the group intends to develop non-herbicide control measures.

 
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Chemical Promotes Dangerous Algae Blooms - Wisconsin is not fully enforcing strict phosphorus limits adopted two years ago to reduce lake-algae blooms that make people sick. The state Legislature in 2010 approved DNR regulations intended to cut down on the amount of phosphorus running into waterways, where it causes algae to grow so thick that the water turns to green soup. The regulations are aimed at wastewater treatment plants, paper mills and factories – which are required to reapply for permits at five-year intervals.


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