Man in India on War to Save Lake Erie

Support to Save Lake Erie is pouring in from around the world!

Below is a testimonial for the Save Lake Erie movement at from a passionate man in India who is upset about the toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie.  What could be one of the worst and most preventable environmental disasters in history is unfolding at this very moment.  The bright green algae blooms covering the Western basin are visible from space as recent NASA reports have confirmed.  Dissolved phosphorous has reached dangerously high levels in Lake Erie even worse than decades ago when wanton pollution was rampant. People around the world are voicing their support to clean Lake Erie and to ensure its safety and health for future generations.  Lake Erie is responsible for a combined $10 billion regional tourism and fishing economy.

Take a moment and learn what you can do to help Save Lake Erie.

Officer Larry on How to Save Lake Erie

Officer Larry is here to educate everyone on ways to help save Lake Erie from toxic algae blooms, zebra mussles and fracking. Lake Erie is under attack and everyone must do their part to save and preserve this important natural resource.  There are a few things even an individual can do to help support preserving this vital natural resource. This body of water supplies millions of people every day with drinking water and supports a $10 billion economy comprised of tourism and fishing.  Watch then share these videos and refer friends to our “What You Can Do” page to learn more.

Skydiving in Downtown Cleveland for Save Lake Erie

Hey, Cleveland! needs your help! Did you know Lake Erie is being attacked by toxic algae blooms? It hasn’t been this bad since 1969, the same year the Cuyahoga River was so polluted it literally caught fire! Fast forward 40 years to now and toxic algae is again sucking oxygen out of the water, threatening Lake Erie’s $10 billion tourism industry unless we act quick! If you love perch, walleye and Put-in-Bay like I do, go to right now to learn how YOU can help.