The blue-green mass that has been floating on Lake Michigan near St. Joseph this week – suspected of possibly being harmful algae – wasn’t all it was quacked up to be. Investigators believe that it is actually non-toxic duckweed, and not an algae bloom that can generate toxins in the water. Read the full story by The Herald-Palladium.
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