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Friday 12/7/2012

  • Water levels in Lakes Huron, Michigan head for record lows
  • Your Green Life: "Eating Fresh Local Fish"
  • Ballast bill rejected in House
  • About to run aground on EPA rules, coal-fired ferry seeks to rewrite the law
  • Wooden steamer sunk in Lake Huron found
  • Eight Bells for William (Bill) Thorpe, US Sailing Judge and Umpire

Monday 12/3/2012

  • What’s Eating the Local Food Movement?
  • Cargo ship carrying soy beans grounded in St. Lawrence River
  • Great Lakes algae concerns city councillor
  • National Parks protect Great Lakes nearshore land and water
  • Water Runs Through Us: Muskegon's port more than just shipping business but also a tourist draw
  • Hundreds of hectares for sale on Lake Superior
  • Paddling Instructor is dead. Long Live Paddling Headquarters

Friday 11/30/2012

  • Dogs may threaten beach health, water supply
  • As Great Lakes plummet, towns try to save harbors
  • How low indeed
  • Round goby, an invasive fish, appears to be making way up Rouge River in southeast Michigan
  • Environmental scientist uses art to communicate Great Lakes issues
  • H2Onotes Now on Facebook!

Monday 11/12/2012

  • NY releases bloater fish in Lake Ontario
  • Lake levels: can anything be done?
  • Cleveland's West Side marinas continue cleanup efforts from damage caused by Sandy
  • Officials ponder harbor project

Tuesday 11/6/2012

  • Low Great Lakes water levels predicted into 2013
  • Cooperation helping to keep water monitoring system operating
  • Waterbird die-off hits Lake Michigan
  • Great Lakes Shipwrecks exhibit at Public Museum tells stories of 13 ships
  • Winds from Sandy make for good Chicago surfing
  • Planners to work on vision for Lake Michigan trail
  • H2Onotes Now on Facebook!

Monday 10/29/2012

  • Sign Of Fall: NYPA Removes Docks, Buoys From St. Lawrence
  • Erie Canal transformed New York
  • Michigan cities may soon receive windfall from Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund to operate parks and rec
  • Canoeing in the 1900’s was a Hot Bed of Sin

Friday 10/26/2012

  • An Interview With The Worthy 2012 MC Scow National Champion Jamie Kimball By Eric Hood
  • Storing a boat for the winter? Get the scoop on E-10 gas
  • Register Online And Be Key West Bound In 2013, January 20-25
  • Boating in a winter wonderland
  • Lake Express ferry owner criticizes Walker for backing SS Badger permit
  • Enbridge to Increase Oil Flow through Straits of Mackinaw
  • Seaway bridge statuses hit smartphones
  • Future of buoy could be sunk without funding
  • Kids study water levels' impact on St. Lawrence wetlands

Monday 10/22/2012

  • Classic wooden canoe enthusiasts gather at river’s edge on the AuSable
  • Richardson Trophy victory for Don Wilson and crew
  • Betsie River Meeting with Ray Franz
  • Boats running aground as lake levels head lower
  • Shipping Brings Billions to The Northland
  • Repairs Needed at Great Lakes Harbors & Piers
  • GVSU Lake Michigan wind buoy collecting data for potential offshore wind farm developments

Monday 10/15/2012

  • Fight for final four at 100th Richardson Trophy
  • 12th Annual Great Lakes Beach Association Conference
  • Lower Lake Erie water level bad for boats, good for beaches
  • Lake Huron nears record low level
  • 33 stranded on ferry in Lake Erie

Friday 10/12/2012

  • Brian Porter and Full Throttle Masterfully Win The 2012 Melges 24 Fall Championship Regatta
  • Key West Race Week Prepares For Melges 24 Reboot
  • Water levels get overdue attention
  • Eh? Herring is haute
  • Spraying for phragmites wraps up this week
  • Detroiters strongly back Belle Isle lease

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