Later this morning as part of an effort to help protect the great lakes, two state representatives will be holding a discussion on a new bill for protecting the great lakes ecosystem. Read the full story by WLNS-TV – Lansing, MI.
Category: Daily News
Great Lakes steel production rose by 7,000 tons last week but remains depressed by nearly a fifth so far this year, according to the American Iron and Steel Institute. Read the full story by The Northwest Indiana Times.
The new tunnel for the Line 5 pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac is closer to becoming a reality. According to Enbridge, about 90% of the initial design work on the anticipated state-of-the-art tunnel is complete. Read the full story by Up North Live.
The pandemic and record-high waters on Lake Michigan this year threatened to undo decades of painstaking progress for a species iconic to the Great Lakes and the region’s dunes, but one piping plover was saved along the Lake Michigan shoreline before a …
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) today announced more than $1.1 million in coastal management grants to fund 13 projects and statewide initiatives. EGLE also has opened the application period for project proposals …
A local photographer managed to capture some peculiar images of what appears to be a group of witches taking part in some wholesome fun on the water near the Credit River Inlet, just west of downtown Toronto. Read and hear the full story by BlogTo.
The Department of Natural Resources said it is on track to meet its quota for stocking fish in Lake Michigan for 2020. Read the full story by WTMJ-TV – Milwaukee, WI.
A bonding bill being considered during a special session of the Minnesota Legislature includes nearly $125 million for projects in northeastern Minnesota. Read the full story by WDIO-TV – Duluth, MN.
The former site of Bethlehem Steel in Lackawanna is in line for (at least) an estimated $35 million cleanup, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced. Read the full story by Buffalo Rising.
A team of nonscientists utilized a remote-operated underwater vehicle in the Straits of Mackinac and found stones they say appear arranged in patterns on the lake floor, potentially done by humans 10,000 years ago. Read the full story by the Detroit Fr …