The less fertilizer in our waterways the better. Only someone biased by profits from fertilizer sales would disagree.
The online comments below your recent article on counties trying to keep fertilizer out of their waterways are perfect examples of a few such people.
Kudos to the local governments who are protecting their constituents' clean water by implementing summer fertilizing bans.
We must never forget that each of us has the power to speak up for what we instinctively know is right -- the universal right to access to clean water is no exception.
Another way for readers to contribute toward protecting our clean water is by urging the Environmental Protection Agency to propose a rule that restores Clean Water Act protections to all of our waterways.