The Environmental Law & Policy Center recently released results of a poll suggesting that the public would like to see more actions to curb confined animal feeding operations and the pollution they may cause. Read the full story by Great Lakes Now.
The Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative planning committee on Sept. 12 with more than 50 members of the public to hear what projects the commission will recommend to the full funding. Read the full story by Watertown Daily News.
Scientists, public officials, and stakeholders gathered in Toledo, OH to share the latest advancements made to reduce toxic harmful algal blooms. Read the full story by the Port Clinton News Herald.
The review process has resumed for a planned Lake Erie wind farm after the non-profit developer behind the project paid an outstanding bill from state regulators on Thursday. Read the full story by The Plain Dealer.
The summer algal bloom was not a record-breaking bloom, however prevailing winds blew much of the bloom toward the Ohio shoreline, giving the illusion to Ohio residents that the problem was smothering the lake’s entire western basin. Read the full story by the Toledo...
The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Facebook page is scolding tree carvers for damaging the ecosystem in the park. Read the full story by MLive.
Boat tours on Soo Locks give close tourists a glimpse into vital economic source and engineering marvel. Read the full story by WPLG-TV-Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
The state of Michigan has approved $1.4 million for the collection and disposal of PFAS-containing foam, which is currently being held in inventory by fire departments and commercial airports across the state. Read the full story by WDIV-TV-Detroit, MI.
Great Lakes steel production rose by 13,000 tons to 686,000 tons last week, an increase of 1.93% as compared to the previous week. Read the full story by the Northwest Indiana Times.
Heavy rains that pummeled the region prompted the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District to start overflows of its combined sanitary and storm sewer system early Friday morning. Read the full story by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.