Combining Adaptive Management with Alum and Phoslock, the Long Lake Story
Today started the first phase of the Long Lake Adaptive Management Program to help correct years of toxic algae blooms. The lake is a 330 acre water body in Thurston County Washington. It has experienced closures for toxic algae blooms over the year including recent summer seasons. They were looking for a solution that would help mitigate the problems that cyanobacteria cause including lake closure.