Track efforts to clean up phosphorus with ErieStat

The City of Toledo water intake crib is surrounded by algae in Lake Erie, off the shore of Curtice, in this August 2014 file photo. (Haraz N. Ghanbari, Associate Press)

Want to see how efforts are going to curb phosphorus flowing into Lake Erie?

The Great Lakes Commission launched ErieStat, a website that tracks the phosphorus causing the annual blooms – plus plans to reduce phosphorus. Eventually the site will show how the plans are working.

See more on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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