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by rachelb |
March 12, 2021 20:45 |
@rachelb - great question! Is there a specific type of pollution you're concerned about and/or want to learn more about? I see you listed Lake Pontchartain - is this a place you are familiar with and visit? Have you noticed any observations there that would indicate some of your pollution concerns like trash, algae, or others?
I know that where I live, stormwater runoff is a major pollutant for our freshwater systems. Plus medical waste (prescription medication chemicals as one example) that make it into our water bodies instead of the proper medical waste disposals.
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