Farmers At Least Partly To Blame For Toledo Water Crisis
The mayor of Toledo has lifted the cityâs water ban that affected nearly a half-million people over three days. People were told to stay away from tap water after tests revealed it contained a toxin likely stemming from algae on Lake Erie. For more on how that algae forms, WOSU's Steve Brown spoke with Larry Antosch, a water quality specialist with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. Click the play button above to hear their conversation.