Walden Pond, shown in 2003, has a big problem with swimmers who urinate in the pond, fouling the water and damaging the famed pond’s ecosystem, according a new scientific report. Naturalist and philosopher Henry David Thoreau made the New Hampshire pond famous in his book, “Walden; or, Life in the Woods.”
Walden Pond, shown in 2003, has a big problem with swimmers who urinate in the pond, fouling the water and damaging the famed pond’s ecosystem, according a new scientific report. Naturalist and philosopher Henry David Thoreau made the New Hampshire pond famous in his book, “Walden; or, Life in the Woods.” Elise Amendola The Associated Press file
Walden Pond, shown in 2003, has a big problem with swimmers who urinate in the pond, fouling the water and damaging the famed pond’s ecosystem, according a new scientific report. Naturalist and philosopher Henry David Thoreau made the New Hampshire pond famous in his book, “Walden; or, Life in the Woods.” Elise Amendola The Associated Press file

Nature calls at Thoreau’s Walden Pond – a little too often, scientists say

April 09, 2018 11:01 AM