Together with tribal Task Force, students produce outreach poster to help reduce cyanotoxin harm

  Clear Lake, California’s oldest and largest lake, is experiencing recurrent toxic algal blooms: blooms composed of photosynthesizing algae, including blue-green cyanobacteria. Certain species of harmful cyanobacteria produce toxins known as microcystins that are lethal to humans, pets, livestock, and wildlife. The environmental protection offices of the Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians and the Elem […]

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