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Monday 10/17/2011

  • Chicago Mackinac Race – The first report
  • Replica of 1813 ship in Cleveland for tuneup
  • Rule 20.1, Room to Tack at an Obstruction: Hailing and Responding
  • VSPARS: The Secret Weapon of Winning Boats
  • Mercury contamination in Great Lakes wildlife more widespread than thought
  • Removal of Docks and Buoys along the St. Lawrence River to Begin
  • Human fecal bacteria detected in harbor water samples
  • Boat Winterizing Tips from the Experts
  • River Raisin headed toward removal of Area of Concern

Monday 10/10/2011

  • 2011 Thistle Icebreaker - Detroit, MI
  • Richardson Trophy win to Wilson
  • U.S. Men's and Women's Sailing Championship winners decided
  • Progressive Learning
  • Water level proposal environmentally friendly
  • Algae in bloom: green scum coating Lake Erie shore
  • Michigan universities finish second in early October collegiate regattas
  • Guest Blog: Shades of October

Thursday 10/6/2011

  • Dry September sends Lake Superior down
  • Swimmers honoured for conquering lake
  • Fish and wildlife officials battle sea lampreys in Great Lakes
  • Boating: Ice boating helps sailors get through winter
  • Have a Safe Duck Hunt
  • Isle Royale National Park has new management plan
  • Follow fall boating tips
  • Watch a cyclone develop over the Great Lakes

Monday 10/3/2011

  • Asian Carp still a threat to Lake Michigan
  • Gulari Wins 2011 Melges 24 U.S. National Championship
  • Five Fall Boating Safety Tips
  • Why Is Carbon Fiber So Expensive?
  • American eel may need protection: U.S. agency
  • Great Lakes Week 2011
  • 2011 ETCHELLS NORTH AMERICANS

Friday 9/30/2011

  • Chicago Match Cup : Morvan wins Round Robin
  • From the Keweenaw to Monroe
  • Not Dark Yet
  • Fish on! Atlantic salmon being stocked in local waterway
  • The oil spill's effect on wetlands
  • Wind-energy firm Trillium Power sues Ontario
  • Low water forces NY marinas to cut season short .
  • Asian carp, part two – Separate the systems?
  • Heart of Duluth's water system is aging, but keeps pumping

Weds. 9/28/2011

  • Lake St. Clair provides ideal habitat for smallmouth bass
  • Labors of love on the Great Lakes: From ships to shore, living the dream
  • MSU sea lamprey research will aid in battle against Great Lakes invader
  • Offshore wind factory meeting draws large crowd
  • 2011 E-Scow Blue Chip - A Mysterious Experience
  • Justin Hood wins MC Blue Chip
  • Louie's Lucky 13th Last Regatta is in the books
  • Anna Nominated As Finalist For ISAF World Sailor Of The Year
  • America's Heartland Prepares For Third Largest Melges 24 U.S. National Championship
  • Top Women Sailors Gather for BoatUS "Meet the Champions"

Monday 9/19/2011

  • The Great Lakes is the Place to be for Rough Water Paddling Events this Fall
  • Landowners on Lake Erie claim shore victory
  • The Limitations of a Paddling Class
  • Town OKs Great Lake water
  • Significant fishery restoration planned on St. Marys River
  • Proposal For Wind Farm On Lake Is Shelved

Thursday 9/15/2011

  • Fish Hook Removal: First Aid
  • Some ships were saved by Manitou
  • Great Lakes ship to cruise Apostle Islands next year
  • New lakefront preserve opens
  • Michigan shipwrecks lure scuba divers to the 40-degree depths of the Great Lakes
  • You haven't lived here until ...you try stand-up paddleboarding in Lake Michigan
  • NERR offers kayaking cook-out
  • Officials, organizations team up to reduce agriculture runoff into Lake Huron

Sunday 9/11/2011

  • For Boats Up North, "Freeze Coverage" Insurance
  • Whitefish catches on: Fresh from the Great Lakes, it's local and good for you
  • Prospects for wave power on navigable waterways: The St Lawrence River
  • U. of Mich. getting $1M to help spur wind energy
  • Young sturgeon to be released into Kalamazoo River; public event includes ceremony
  • Personal cormorant cull costs man $6,000
  • Show the BoatUS Trailering Club Where You Tow and You Could Win EZ Loader Trailer
  • COMMENTARY: Environmentalists winning war to clear up St. Clair River
  • COMMENTARY: Build Cleveland's wind farm: Frank Jackson

Thursday 9/8/2011

  • Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown: Volume 2 DVD Review
  • News from the Historic Detroit Yacht Club
  • U.S. Geological Survey christens two new Great Lakes research vessels
  • Geothermal offers promise, challenges for Great Lakes states
  • EDITORIAL: All states should fear invasive species
  • The Canada’s Cup trophy returns to the Royal Canadian Yacht Club
  • Dredging Of Buffalo River to rid pollution
  • Port of import: Muskegon seen as key link in wind energy development

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