Close-up of Hydrilla. Photo/Cornell University: Chris Evans, River to River CWMA, Bugwood.org
The lakes of western Connecticut are popular among fishermen, boaters, and summer vacationers. But they are threatened by a lurking enemy: invasive weeds and algae.
According to an article on NewsTimes.com, most of the lakes face a combination of problems — invasive species, algae blooms, pollution from stormwater runoff, bacteria — that have no easy solutions.
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