Will study fix ‘muck’ clogging up Lake St. Clair? Harrison Twp. residents hope so

A mat-forming cyanobacteria, Lyngbya, has been growing along shorelines in Lake St. Clair, Michigan for the last decade. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Macomb County, Michigan are conducting a joint two-year study to understand cyanobacteria’s growth, determine whether it poses health risks, and find treatment options. Read the full story by The Detroit News.

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