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Mending Environmental Wounds In The Ozarks
The Lake of the Ozarks has been one of Missouri’s top vacation spots for decades, but now, it’s a lake in danger of being “loved to death.” Today, the lake faces pressures from unregulated development, inadequate sewage management and a poor water quality image.
On Wednesday's Up to Date, we talk with a journalist about how the Lake has gotten to this point and who is trying to reverse the decline to protect it for future generations.
- Traci Angel, journalist and author of The Scars of Project 459: The Environmental Story of the Lake of the Ozarks
LEARN MORE: Find the latest from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on water quality here.
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