WILLIS, Mich. (AP) — Two members of Congress from Michigan plan to introduce legislation encouraging Great Lakes states to develop programs that reduce risk of pollution that causes harmful algae blooms. Reps. Tim Walberg of Tipton and Candice Miller of Shelby Township in Macomb County will announce their bill Tuesday at a news conference near Willis. It calls for initiatives modeled after the Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program, which helps farmers voluntarily take conservation measures such as reducing soil erosion and nutrient runoff. Fertilizer runoff from farms fuels these devastating blooms... To continue reading this article CLICK HERE
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