From Watertown Daily Times:

 Funding for Great Lakes restoration will tumble from $475 million last year to $300 million for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 — but that’s good news in a way, an advocacy group said Thursday.
The nonprofit group Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition expressed relief that a spending bill passed in the House, and nearing enactment, preserved more funding for Great Lakes restoration than House Republicans initially proposed. Read more.

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‘Tis the season to salt the roads, but studies found that salt components are accumulating in lakes, rivers, and groundwater, impacting fish and other wildlife. Did you know there are alternatives to rock salt—like beet juice, cheese brine, & pickle juice? https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/08/us/road-salt-environment-partner/index.html

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