High Toxic Algae, E. Coli Levels Detected at Several Nebraska Lakes

October 2, 2015 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN – A health advisory is in effect for lakes at four Nebraska state recreation areas. During testing earlier this week, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) detected elevated levels of toxic algae at Rockford Lake in Gage County, Swan Creek Lake No. 5A at Willard L. Meyer Recreation Area in Saline County, and ...

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