In addition to other sources, phosphorus is running off farm fields and into the watershed. 

"You have to stop phosphorus inputs first, then the water can be treated either biologically or chemically, or through engineering solutions," Professor Stephen Nold explained. "Either way, it's going to be expensive and nothing is going to come easy.  To clean up the lake, this grant is only a small step." 

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