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The meeting of the American Wind Energy Association - Michigan, held in East Lansing, was partly a celebration of the success and partly an exploration of what's next for wind power in Michigan.
Kalamazoo County and Enbridge Inc. have reached a proposed agreement in which the county would get $100,000 and the pipeline company would have the right to set up a dredging operation at a park.
The breakwaters in Port Washington, Wisconsin, are deteriorating, and that danger is prompting new warnings signs to keep the public out.
During the Freshwater Summit, hosted by The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan, Roger Gauthier held fast to the claim that erosion in the St. Clair River has led to the recent historic low lake levels in lakes Michigan and Huron.
The weekly "On the Job" series features the work done at a water treatment plant by Lake Erie in Marblehead, Ohio.
A breeding population of grass carp has recently been found for the first time within the Great Lakes watershed, in a tributary of Lake Erie, and Michigan Senator John Proos says that should be causing some alarm.
The stakes are too high to consider a place for nuclear waste so close to one of the Great Lakes; the prospect of radioactive waste somehow reaching Lake Huron is too terrifying to consider.
Heavy October rain could help Lake Michigan and Lake Huron continue to rise toward the long term average water level.
The National Museum of the Great Lakes, currently under renovation at its Maumee River front location, was brought to Toledo (Ohio) by the Great Lakes Historical Society and will open next spring.
Representatives from all levels of government met at the Lake Huron Water Treatment Plant Oct. 18 to celebrate the progress of the Huron Elgin London Clean Water Project (HELP).
More than a month after Wauconda was spurned by an agency that provides drinking water to part of Lake County, village officials still are trying to salvage a relationship with the group.
The Maid of The Mist has plucked its vessels from the waters and placed them on their newly-built dry dock on the former Schoellkopf Power Station site, a punctuation mark for the iconic attraction to a task that has been marred by controversy.
The village board voted in agreement with Lake County, establishing a special taxing district that will allow for design and construction of the $41 million project.
The Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners will consider amending a contract between the county and Enbridge Inc. to allow for remediation work on Morrow Lake at River Oaks County Park.
Four homeowners surrounding the Calumet River filed a class action lawsuit claiming mounting piles of petcoke is consistently blowing black dust in and around their homes.
A groundbreaking ceremony and open house for the Visitor Center at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge have been rescheduled for Nov. 8.
Nearly $500,000 in Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funds have been secured for design and feasibility of habitat restoration on Stony and Celeron islands.
Jim Kennard and his partners decided to make one last sweep of Lake Ontario's bottom with their sonar equipment. The U.S. team's last-ditch effort earlier this month paid off with the discovery of the shipwreck of the Roberval, a 39-meter Canadian steamer that sank nearly a century ago, killing two of the vessel's nine crew members.
Great Lake ports such as Caseville, Port Austin, Harbor Beach and Port Hope will soon be working together for funding -- as an alternative to arguing for federal dollars when it comes time for harbor repairs.
This week, the Great Lakes Fishery Commission launched an engaging, open-access video database on its website. The videos, available streaming and in HD, chronicle sea lamprey in the wild, sea lamprey spawning, various aspects of the sea lamprey control program, and cutting edge fisheries research.