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Friday 5/24/2013

  • Climb a Michigan dune and see it all
  • Sugar Island beach on Detroit River opens Saturday
  • Lake levels won’t fix themselves
  • “Sunken Treasure”: Documentary explores Great Lakes shipwrecks, promotes respectful diving
  • Restoring an ancient Great Lakes fish

Wednesday 5/22/2013

  • Work done at ex-brownfield site on Detroit River
  • Kites draw eyes to the sky at Great Lakes Kite Festival in Grand Haven
  • Rising Lake Superior temperatures affecting fish species
  • Boardwalk opens as part of Lake St. Clair Metropark restoration project
  • Federal Legislation Would Help With Great Lakes Dredging
  • Heavy rains carry more phosphorous into Lake Erie

Monday 5/6/2013

  • Sand removal protect U.P.’s coaster brook trout
  • Study indicates Asian carp may already be in Great Lakes
  • Plan aims to stabilize Lake Superior water levels
  • Thousands of King Salmon to be Released into Lake Ontario
  • Low water is high time to plant beaches
  • Big melt causes sewage overflow into Lake Superior

Tuesday 4/30/2013

  • Traveling with a prince of the lakes
  • Ontario vows to fix Stephen Harper’s Experimental Lakes Area mistake
  • Losing wetlands: The sinking of Minnesota's protections
  • Lake Ontario water levels cause concern
  • Record-breaking storms add two inches to Lakes Michigan and Huron

Thursday 4/25/2013

  • 18th Annual Nautical Coast Cleanup and Lake St. Clair Celebration
  • Eating sea lamprey: They're not bad to stomach after you cut the head off
  • Lake trout struggling to rebound in Erie
  • Kenosha discharging untreated wastewater to Lake Michigan
  • Northern Michigan spring: Cold, wet and steelhead-y
  • Renowned experimental lakes research area to remain open this year
  • Huge ‘green’ parking lot will reduce Lake St. Clair pollution
  • Long delayed dredging of Lake Ontario harbours set for 2014
  • Great Lakes shipping looking sluggish out of the gate

Friday 4/5/2013

  • Thistle Midwinters East - 2013
  • A Tale of Two Species
  • Great Lakes salmon are the focus of new video series
  • A lakefront landing strip for migrating birds
  • Great Lakes water levels: A major piece of low water levels explained
  • The Great Carp Invasion
  • Free sand! Muskegon's Beach Street residents again giving away beach accumulated in their yards
  • Trumpeter swans at risk in shrinking lakes

Wed. 3/27/2013

  • Presque Isle Bay advisory group discusses its future
  • Busy beavers expanding their local territory
  • National Park Service program promotes paddling on Lake Erie, Cuyahoga River as a way to connect with nature
  • Port Huron unveils possibilities for Lakeside Park
  • Low Lake Levels: Don’t Fight Nature, Plan for It
  • Funding cut jeopardizes beach testing
  • Spring brings Great Lakes ships
  • CSI: Invasives

Monday 3/18/2013

  • Group trying to purchase Ford
  • Lake Ontario's fishery continues to be in fine shape
  • Wild reproduction of fish on rise in Lake Huron
  • Surf’s Up On Lake Superior
  • Great Lakes Boating
  • Wisconsin Communities Prepare For Climate Change
  • MDCH releases report on drinking water wells after Kalamazoo River oil spill
  • Michigan boaters alert: Harbors, marinas would get dredging help under bills moving through Legislature

Monday 3/11/2013

  • Thunder Bay Coast Guard radio station's closure raises concerns
  • Getting techy: Satellite temperature readings can help Great Lakes anglers
  • Tribe opposing mine has its own water quality problems
  • Hundreds of water permit holders pumping more than allowed
  • On a slow boat to Mackinac
  • It Takes a Special Type to Iceboat
  • Red Cliff forced to dump explosives back into Lake Superior
  • Shrinking ice worries Great Lakes scientists
  • Cruise ship set to make 2 stops during summer

tuesday 2/19/2013

  • Lack of precipitation is not the cause of low water levels on Lakes Michigan and Huron
  • Presque Isle Bay no longer Area of Concern
  • Photos: Great Lakes surfing, Superior style
  • How to Keep Working Waterfronts at Work National Symposium March 25-28
  • Detroit Boat Show opening weekend up 20 percent
  • Marsh restoration brings long-missing birds, plants home again
  • Cruise ship visit to Saugatuck in jeopardy due to low water levels
  • Lake Ontario still wide open and warmer than average
  • Great Lakes shipping industry sees increased cargo levels

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