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 their time here in the Sunflower State. As a busy mother of one crazy kid, two cats, and two geckos, they write whenever there is spare time.