DNR officials discuss Beeds Lake problems at community meeting

The serious challenges facing Beeds Lake were laid out to the public by Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials on Aug. 29 at a special meeting at Maynes Grove.

     Chief among the issues discussed was the recurrent problem of high phosphorus levels in the lake, which causes unsafe levels of blue-green algae – which can be dangerous to humans or animals.

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