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Lake Agawam Is, Slowly But Surely, Getting Healthier, But Work Remains

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A view of Lake Agawam on Tuesday, August 30.

A view of Lake Agawam on Tuesday, August 30.

A view of Lake Agawam on Tuesday, August 30.

A view of Lake Agawam on Tuesday, August 30.

A waterfront buffer of native plants and vegetation is a vital part of the approach to keeping water bodies free of harmful pollutants from runoff.

A waterfront buffer of native plants and vegetation is a vital part of the approach to keeping water bodies free of harmful pollutants from runoff.

This graphic depicts how a permeable reactive barrier works to keep harmful pollutants from entering the water.

This graphic depicts how a permeable reactive barrier works to keep harmful pollutants from entering the water.

authorCailin Riley on Aug 31, 2022
Dr. Chris Gobler has a goal: One day, he’d like to be able to swim in Lake Agawam. For anyone who is familiar with the lake, located in the heart... more

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