More fishing trips could cause more damage to native fish populations in the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes than aquatic invasive species, according to a recent study.
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I was recently reminded of the summer I spent working a gold dredge on a remote creek in Michigan’s thumb. For eight hours each day, I knelt in waist-deep water sorting a steady flow of material moving along a two-foot-wide conveyor belt.
I was looking for treasure but not of the golden variety – our team was after an endangered freshwater mussel.
Bruce County has installed a new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, at 33 Victoria Street in Southampton, Ontario.
Montrealers will have access to a new beach in the east of the city as of 2022, Projet Montréal mayoral candidate Valérie Plante announced Sunday. Access to the water is a key plank for Projet Montréal, Plante said, noting that Montrealers now have the Verdun beach, which opened in June 2019, and the Place de…
MLive released a documentary titled: “The Fight for Environmental Justice in Michigan.” The 10-minute video tells a powerful story of how marginalized communities are saddled with some of the worst environmental circumstances in Michigan. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Jutting into Lake Erie since the end of the last ice age, the Presque Isle peninsula is an important resting and nesting place for migratory birds. More than 339 species have been identified on the 3,200-acre spit of sand, trees and marshes in Presque Isle State Park, Erie County. Read the full story by the…