Michigan’s NotMISpecies webinar series, sharing current information about invasive species and what’s being done to address them returns with 10 new sessions focused on emerging threats, new research and technology, educational opportunities and “how-to” tips for managing invasives in your backyard. Read the full story by WGLQ – Escanaba, MI.
Cleveland took another step forward on Wednesday in joining another Ohio city, Toledo, as the City Council’s Safety Committee moved ahead with legislation outlawing large balloon releases citywide. Read the full story by WEWS-TV – Cleveland, OH. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, legislation, Ohio
Twenty-seven thousand Atlantic salmon were released from a spawning hatchery into the St. Mary’s River this week. Read and listen to the full story by Soo Today. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The Great Lakes are great for many reasons – their economic power, the lifestyle they provide millions of residents, as a getaway for tens of millions visitors and the livelihood it offers hundreds of thousands in lakes-related industries.
And then there’s the water. Summer sees the lakes filled with people soaking, swimming, skiing – and boating.
The federal and provincial governments are investing over 11.3 million dollars in 30 community, cultural, and recreation projects. A release this morning said they are working together to “reduce the impact of the pandemic, ensure health and safety, rebuild business, and promote job creation, growth and investment.” Among the list of projects getting funding is…
Michigan communities could more easily access new infrastructure money under legislation that aims to modernize state programs which fund, among other things, the removal of lead service lines from water systems. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: legislation, Daily News, Michigan