Hoosiers get a lot of their gasoline from Northwest Indiana’s Whiting Refinery and from facilities in Illinois, but a portion also comes from the Gulf Coast.
Water run-off from farms in Indiana and throughout the Midwest often takes nutrients with it that are important to crops, including nitrogen and phosphorous.
Officials searching for a solution are focusing their efforts on the shores of the Wabash River.
Nutrients from Indiana rivers can spark algae blooms, which can be toxic to plants, animals and humans.
Local groups are popping all over the state addressing the state's water quality- specifically watershed management.