Lawn care tips for protecting area lakes
In summer, Minnesotans enjoy every one of their 10,000-plus lakes. After months of being cooped up, it’s understandable.
Yet summer is when people often unknowingly damage the very lakes they love by polluting them with phosphorous. Phosphorous is in anything that once lived. This means soil, grass, leaves and pet waste.
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