A big boost in spending seems to be on the way for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, a program that has helped Great Lake’s communities. Read the full story by the Sandusky Register. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Owen Sound is seeking federal-provincial funding to cover nearly two-thirds of a $2.5-million project aimed at improving its filtered water quality. Council authorized staff Monday to apply for Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) Green Stream funding for Owen Sound water treatment plant filtration system improvements. The work is to involve replacing the filter media […]
Every year, Nicole and Tom Watson take a trip to Alaska. Like the typical tourist, they enjoy fly fishing and experiencing the untamed wilderness, yet their visit is no ordinary vacation. Among their duffel bags and backpacks, there’s a special piece of carry-on luggage: a carefully sealed container of fish eggs.
The new hitchhikers in the Great Lakes region aren’t stopping drivers with a thumbs up. They’re riding moss balls across the ocean.
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There are thousands of plants that are native to Canada, and many are suitable for cultivation in a home garden. In addition to their beautiful flowers, fascinating structures, and low maintenance habits, native plants also support over 1000 species of pollinators. Canada is home to a wealth of butterflies (302 species), moths (~5,000 species), and…