City project works to stop harmful algae blooms in the bay

Algae is back in the Bay area, and it's getting to potentially dangerous levels. "It does produce a toxin. It can cause fish kills. This particular algal species can capitalize on the water staying in this place and being stagnant," said Ed Sherwood, the executive director of the Tampa Bay Estuary Program.
Published: 11:22 PM EDT August 21, 2019
Updated: 11:21 PM EDT August 21, 2019