Volunteers, private groups step up when states fall short to test lakes for toxic algae
Harmful algae blooms are on the rise in the U.S. Blue-green algae can make people sick and even kill dogs.
Many states say they don’t have enough money for regular testing — that’s where volunteers and private organizations are stepping in to test the waters.
Harvest Public Media’s Eva Tesfaye reports.
Harvest Public Media’s Dana Cronin contributed to this story.
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