As work on the Saugeen First Nation amphitheatre project progresses, an open house will be held for members of Saugeen and the broader community on March 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. Read More
The issue of invasive species has haunted the Great Lakes region for decades, but a recent study shows that regulatory intervention can actually help stem the problem.
The study, released by McGill University and the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, looked at the bi-national regulation of ballast water.
An Owen Sound Global Day for Climate Justice organizer on Saturday criticized city council for promising to prepare a report on city greenhouse gas emissions and a plan to reduce them, then failing to deliver. Sonja Ostertag and others spoke to about 60 people at a local rally like those hosted in cities around the […]
By Anna Liz Nichols, Associated Press/Report for America
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan is investing more than $4.7 billion to improve infrastructure, including drinking water upgrades, internet access and fixing roads, bridges and dams.
The spending plan includes some of the biggest infrastructure investments in state history, Gov.
Great Lakes Now tries to make every episode interesting and educational.
In “Surf and Slide,” GLN Host Ward Detwiler learns ice boating from one of the best in the world – right in southeast Michigan. Follow along with the all-women surfing group Lake Surfistas as they strive to make lake surfing more welcoming and stay warm in winter waves.