Environment Canada has put a special weather statement into effect for the Bruce Peninsula, Sauble Beach, and Tobermory starting Monday.
By Michael Phillis, Associated Press
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Shortly after sunrise on a recent Saturday in Benton Harbor, Michigan, residents began lining up for free bottled water so they could drink and cook without fear of the high levels of lead in the city’s tap water.
Early last year, the state of Wisconsin issued a fish consumption advisory that recommended eating no more than one meal a month of Lake Superior rainbow smelt, caught by tribes and local anglers during smelt runs in the spring. Read the full story by The Washington Post Magazine. Read the full story
A new film, “Against the Current 2: Keeping Invasive Carp Out of the Great Lakes,” is documenting efforts to prevent invasive carp species from entering the Great Lakes. The film is a sequel to 2020’s “Against the Current,” which detailed work on the Brandon Road Lock and Dam project near Chicago. Read the full story…
Trails that can accommodate strollers, wheelchairs with tank treads and baby changing stations in men’s bathrooms are part of a push to accommodate a surge of new visitors at Michigan state parks.
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By Kari Lydersen, Energy News Network
A group of Wisconsin high school students recently received first-hand experience helping to reduce a home’s carbon footprint as part of a project for their AP Environmental Science course.
Editor’s note: The following story has been updated to clarify the home’s scoring on the U.S.