Lake Elsinore receives funding for harmful algae bloom study

LAKE ELSINORE – With the support of Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Water Authority and the city of Lake Elsinore, the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board was recently awarded funding to conduct a yearlong harmful algae bloom study in Lake Elsinore. The Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Watersheds Authority have been a leader in seeking solutions that improve water quality within the Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto watersheds. As the largest natural lake in Southern California, Lake Elsinore creates a value to the region as a popular recreation destination and habitat resource as well as supports the local economy. Located at the end San Jacinto River Watershed, Lake Elsinore has been plagued with on-going water quality changes, some of which can include occasional harmful algae bl
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