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LATEST DAILY NEWS
Michigan regulators are cracking down on municipal sewage plants in a bid to curb the amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances called PFAS or PFCs passing through wastewater facilities into landfills and waterways that feed the Great Lakes. Read the full story by MLive.
The National Park Service announced that starting this autumn, it plans to gather 20 to 30 wolves in the Great Lakes region and move them to Lake Superior’s Isle Royale over a period of two to three years. Read the full story by MinnPost.
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is a vital component helping to maintain the health of the Great Lakes, and a bipartisan coalition of U.S. House members are fighting to ensure the program remains fully funded in the federal budget. Read the full story by The Plain Dealer.
This spring, a non-profit organization in Michigan focused on hands-on land restoration projects, Huron Pines, would like Alpena residents to help the organization reach a goal of planting 300 feet of native greenbelt to help control erosion and pollution entering Lake Huron. Read the full story by The Alpena News.
The Marquette County Board of Commissioners approved a grant application that will fund an expansion at the Big Bay Harbor of Refuge in Marquette, Michigan. Read the full story by WBUP – Marquette, MI.