Members of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians have continued their stocking efforts of walleye in the Cheboygan River in Michigan, having released thousands of the fish fingerlings earlier this year. Read the full story by the Cheboygan Daily...
The Port of Cleveland is donating $40,000 to Phastar Corp., to support a marine safety boat staffed with teenagers from Davis Aerospace & Maritime High School. Read the full story by The Plain Dealer.
Since its inception in 2014, the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program has allocated over $18.5 million in grants to universities, nonprofits and units of government to prevent, detect and manage invasive species in Michigan. Read the full story by The Daily...
A group of 18 kayakers paddling on Lake Superior on Monday had stopped to take in the scenic view along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore when, suddenly, sections of the sandstone cliff wall collapsed into the water just yards in front of them. Read the full story...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is spending $3.7 million to remove copper mining waste rock from a Lake Superior harbor where it threatens an important fish spawning area. Read the full story by The Associated Press.
The Saginaw Bay watershed will be home to 125 more lake sturgeon when they get released into mid-Michigan rivers during four events next week. Read the full story by WJRT-TV – Flint, MI.
A new nonprofit is training citizen scientists to collect data on fish in the Great Lakes, which could be a game changer for research in the region and help prevent the establishment of invasive species. Read the full story by Interlochen Public Radio.
High water has caused havoc across Michigan this year, triggering flooding, shoreline erosion and swift currents that have taken lives. Read the full story by MLive.
The International Association for Great Lakes Research study looked at Hamilton Harbour and nine other waterways in Canada and the U.S. to evaluate their cleanups and how they have revitalized the surrounding areas. Read the full story by CBC News.
Two teenagers water skied from Oostburg, Wisconsin to Little Sable Point Lighthouse in Michigan after planning the trip for two years. Read the full story by The Sheboygan Press.