Watershed district lists plans to improve area lakes
WORTHINGTON — With extreme variability in dissolved oxygen testing on Lake Ocheda this winter, it appears the likelihood of a significant fish kill has dwindled. The news is disappointing for Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District board members, who have spent the past several years talking about reducing the high population of carp in the lake and restoring aquatic life on the three basins.
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