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Seems a lot of cyclists got out on Super Bowl Sunday.

The story of Lake Apopka is repeated all over Florida. Once clear, clean natural lakes are now choked with algae, thanks to farm runoff, home lawn fertilizers and the general crud of the modern world.

The fixes are slow, expensive and partially effective, at best.

In Tallahassee, the big lake (Lake Jackson) dried up during the drought. This allowed the county to scrap up all the muck and haul it out. Lake is in much better shape now (though it has not yet returned to previous water levels).

Lucky break for Lake Jackson.
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