Tag Archives: Environment

Salvaging Sandusky’s Swampy Shoreline

The property, on the south shore of Sandusky Bay, over 600 acres of
wetlands— a marsh of water and vegetation that harkens to the swamp that was northwest Ohio before humans transformed it into something more hospitable, yet potentially damaging to the ecosystem. Years of neglect left the once lush acreage in poor health but Eric Kraus has set out to change that.

CAFO Culprits

Interesting, we are the focus of the denizens of the Great Lakes watershed, yet there is no legislation on the horizon, no mandates from State (or Federal but, then, Secretary Pruitt is another matter altogether) lawmakers, no real plans for dealing with this impending disaster of unusable water.