Blue-green algae reports boomed in North Dakota

Warmer weather equals warmer water, and warmer water that also has a higher nutrient load is likely to sprout more instances of blue-green algae. Blue-green algae is a naturally occurring but toxic bacteria that’s capable of making people, pets, and livestock very sick. This year saw a record number of warnings issued by the North Dakota Department of Health.

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Andrew Haffner, Grand Forks Herald


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