Are our Lake Management Institutions broken?

Veteran limnologist and Certified Lake Manager Dick Osgood examines why our lake management institutions might be broken in this article posted in Lakeshore Weekly News.

Today, our lake management institutions are broken. As a result, we see few tangible results in terms of measurable water quality improvements, we have stopped supporting demonstration projects, we have become uncritical in evaluating our management programs and actions, and we are wasting money.

 You’ll want to read Dr. Osgood’s full analysis in the Lakeshore Weekly News.

I am certain you’ll find his other columns equally insightful and illuminating. Find them all in his blog, A Lake Manager’s Notebook

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