Study shows promising solutions for water quality improvements in Lake Elsinore

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The Lake Elsinore & San Jacinto Watersheds Authority wraps up a one-year study that evaluated the Lake Elsinore fishery and identified potential solutions to improve the lake’s ecosystem and overall water quality in Lake Elsinore. Valley News/Courtesy photo
LAKE ELSINORE – The Lake Elsinore & San Jacinto Watersheds Authority recently wrapped up a one-year study that evaluated the Lake Elsinore fishery and identified potential solutions to improve the lake’s ecosystem and overall water quality in Lake Elsinore. The study was funded by the Lake Elsinore and Canyon Lake Nutrient Total Maximum Daily Load Task Force, a committee of water agencies and organizations representing the San Jacinto River Watershed under LESJWA. “Thanks to this study, we have a roadmap to improve water quality and stock the lake with certain fish species that will help balance the ecology of the lake,” Mark Norton, LESJWA administrator, said. “These improvements will keep the lake thriving for years to come and benefit the community and visitors of Lake
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