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We have advocated for the local community college to provide environmental education programs that would fill the gap between high school and upper graduate college (not available here). Almost everyone involved in the water treatment and distribution industry (Special Districts, Public Water Districts, Mutual and Private water companies and small water system operators) are aware of the need for a new/next generation of treatment/distribution operators that are in short supply.
PLEASE do not say “harmful algal blooms are overgrowths of cyanobacteria" -- they are two entirely different species.
This project would be very powerful for supporting environmental education and public engagement for the new Shoreline Stewardship Program. Kudos to BVBPI enviro department.
The project would undoubtedly be a great tool for the Lake County Clean Water Program's Public Education and Outreach, Public Involvement & Participation work groups for compliance with the state's Water Quality Order (including the TMDL for nutrients).
not at this time.
Geneva E. Thompson
Thank you everyone!!!