After 3 years, how is the H2Ohio program doing?

H2Ohio, a voluntary Ohio program  that works closely with local farmers to reduce Lake Erie’s harmful algal bloom problem, has indicated in its 2020 annual report that the Ohio Department of Agriculture has entered into agreements with 1,815 producers across 1,092,852 acres of farmland, representing approximately 44% of the targeted cropland project area. Read the full story by WTOL-TV –  Toledo, OH.

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Great Lakes Commission

Great Lakes Commission

Patrick Canniff

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