Moses Lake Watershed Council and Grant County CD addressing lake water quality concerns

March 23, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON, Grant County CD – The Moses Lake Watershed Council, formed after high levels of toxic blue-green algae in the lake water prompted health alerts last summer, is planning a public meeting in May to address improving the lake water quality. The Grant County Conservation District was approached in December about collaborating with the state Department of Ecology, Moses Lake Irrigation and Rehabilitation District and Grant County Health District to seek alternative solutions to elevated phosphorus and blue-green algae blooms in Moses Lake.

Source: Moses Lake Watershed Council addressing lake water quality concerns; seeking public input | Columbia Basin |

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