Great Lakes Month in Review: feds invest $5 million in algae bloom prevention

Aug 25, 2015

The U.S. is spending $5 million to prevent algae blooms on Lake Erie.
Credit Flickr Annie and John

Three of the Great Lakes made the news this month.

The town of Waukesha, Wisconsin is moving ahead on its plans to draw Lake Michigan water; U.S. Senators are trying to delay the creation of a nuclear waste facility close to Lake Huron and the federal government is investing big money to prevent algae blooms on Lake Erie. 

Current State talks with Great Lakes journalist and commentator Gary Wilson.