Everyone knows water runs downhill.
Around here we assume that what’s on the land eventually runs into Lake Superior – agricultural and residential pesticides, phosphorus from various sources, silt and more. But these are contaminants we can see. What is not available to the naked eye is just as important to the health of the big lake – perhaps even more.
Join WTIP’s Jay Andersen for a special Thursday Conversation called “Critical Chemistry: The invisible invasion of Lake Superior.”
Studio guests are Grand Portage biologist Dr. Seth Moore, botanist and author Chel Anderson, and MPCA water analysis and watershed specialist Mark Ferrey.
“Critical Chemistry: The invisible invasion of Lake Superior.” Thursday Community Conversation, only on WTIP North Shore Community Radio.