Lucas Gregory, Ph.D., assistant director of TWRI, spoke to KTRE 9 News of Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas. He spoke to reporters during the Aug. 11 La Nana Bayou stakeholder meeting about E. coli in the creek.
“The simplest way to look at it is everything with hair, fur and feathers is a source of E. coli,” Gregory told KTRE.
“Basically, the message we take to the audience is one that we need to think about what things we can do, whether that be repairing or replacing failing septic systems or working on improving your wastewater infrastructure in towns.”
Watch the KTRE segment or read the article online here.