Steve Kim 
Member since Apr 25, 2014


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Re: “Why a State Obsessed With 'Local' Doesn't Eat Vermont Fish

Looks like coal-fired plant is mostly responsible for environmental mercury contamination. But most of all I think people are concerned about local dairy farm run-off. The article mentions about how certain areas of lake are now dead zones due to algae bloom. We see algae problem off and on at the lake. Should we not concerned about consuming local fish? People are not stupid. I love fishing, but all my fishes are going right back in the water.

Here's a map of mercury contamination in the U.S.
http://ohiocitizen.org/lake-erie-has-most-mercury-pollution-in-great-lakes/

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Posted by Steve Kim on 04/25/2014 at 12:16 PM

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