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Latest Daily News
Beach erosion in Muskegon County, Michigan, revealed wreckage from a ship believed to have been lost in 1882. Read the full story by WILX-TV – Lansing, MI.
Michigan residents have five days to comment on a draft agreement with Canadian energy company Enbridge that would last 99 years for a new pipeline and tunnel under the Straits of Mackinac. Read the full story by WWMT-TV – Kalamazoo, MI.
Indigenous fishermen in Ontario’s Bruce Peninsula are unable to support themselves through fishing due to drastic declines in fish population. These fishermen are now teaming up to collect data about the changing environment to document these losses and improve the ecosystem. Read the full story by the Modern Farmer.
The state of Ohio will send out more than $1 million in grants this month to soil and water conservation districts in the western Lake Erie drainage basin to pay for action against harmful algal blooms. Read the full story by the Sandusky Register.
Ottawa County, Michigan was recently awarded a sub-grant to assess the current condition of the wetlands and lake’s shoreline and evaluate potential for ecological and recreational improvements. This will help as the county prepares a master planning process in 2019 if the land acquisition is completed successfully. Read the full story by the Holland Sentinel.