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Fighting to end this shame! 

LEA defends Lake Erie from assaults by animal factories and other polluting sources to sustain the lake's health for all life that depends on it.

Join us! Attend our monthly meetings and get involved! 

Public Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at Grace Lutheran Church at 6:30 pm. 

Subscribe for updates, announcements, and changes to our meeting schedule. Submit agenda requests prior to meetings here.   

Check out the latest updates, events, and resources below!

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Ohio EPA TMDLs are "too little and too late" 

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Frankenfish Factory Update

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Protesters from the Williams County Alliance and Lake Erie Advocates said the proposed Aquabounty Technologies salmon facility threatens drinking water supplies in both Toledo and Williams County.


AquaBounty plans to withdraw 5 million gallons of water daily from the Michindoh (MI, IN, OH) Aquifer and discharge it into the nearby St. Joseph River, part of the western Lake Erie watershed. 

“We’re Cooked” is a NY Times Opinion Video series about our broken food system and the three chances you get to help fix it — and save the planet — every day.

Click the images below to watch the short videos on the New York Times website.

Please note, free views of the NYT may be limited without a subscription. You should still be able to play the video, but your view may be obstructed by a pop-up.

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Let's all go to the movies...

See our short list of documentary films with two themes: farmers disillusioned with industrial ag and the industry's terrible toll on  animals.  
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"The 3rd Battle for Lake Erie" -
Schedule A Presentation by LEA Today
(click our logo to see the slide show)

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If your group or organization is interested in our LEA presentation please contact our outreach coordinator by using the form above, or send an e-mail to Libby Marsh at

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