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More rain, more fertilizer falling into Lake Lanier, group says. What that may mean
The Chattahoochee Riverkeeper say stormwater runoff causes nutrient pollution in Lake Lanier for second consecutive year and record-high levels recorded in the last two years demonstrate the need to revisit a 2018 federal cleanup plan created to reduce unwanted nutrients in the Lake Lanier watershed. - photo by By Scott Rogers
Heavy rainfall and too much fertilizer may be causing serious water quality problems for Lake Lanier, according to environmental watchdog group Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.