Stay Far Away From These 7 Lakes In Kansas This Summer Due To A Dangerous Discovery
This dangerous discovery means that you should really find another lake to enjoy while the algae is blooming. In addition, if you spot anything like this growing in a different lake, you should call the Kansas Department of Health and Environment at (785)-296-1664. Most of all, remember that your health is more important than a day out on your favorite lake, and a couple hours out of the way might mean a new great camping spot. You never know!
Born and raised Kansan, Clarisa has lived in both tiny towns and cities during her time here in the Sunflower State, mostly in the south central area. Clarisa is a stay-at-home mother of one crazy kid, three cats, and two reptiles, and has been writing anything and everything since she's held a pencil, though Kansas and fantasy novels take up most of her time.
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