It's already being seen on the lake so far this summer. One man says he has a treatment that could help get rid of the algae called an 'ecoflow.'
"It works because it reproduces the biological engine that has failed due to the manmade alterations to the lake, it could be any number of reasons, probably the dam when they use it as a reservoir, they raise the level, they stop the biology," president of Advance Water Systems Brian Brown said.
Coming up Saturday night on KELOLAND news, we hear more from Brown about his treatment, plus hear from local residents about what they've seen on the lake so far this summer.
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One Keloland lake isn't seeing too many people this Memorial Day Weekend. Every summer algae covers Lake Mitchell.