Federal cash to target farm run-off will 'dovetail' with city program
from London Free Press
Federal cash for a project to target farm run-off that pollutes the Thames River could help bolster London's own efforts to cut down on phosphorus entering the water system. An effort to tackle agricultural phosphorus, one factor that leads to harmful algae blooms in Lake Erie — which in 2014 left residents of Toledo, OH, without clean drinking water — will align with city hall's efforts to target the urban sources, said London's water boss Scott Mathers.
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