The strategy that Ohio will take in trying to reduce phosphorus runoff was released in May 2016 and finalized last week.  Ohio has decided to sharply reduce phosphorus runoff in an effort to starve the algae of the food it is using to grow.  Ontario, Michigan and Ohio have all entered into an agreement in 2015 to make a 40% reduction in runoff over the next decade.  Please continue to read this CBC article to find out more.