This week, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources plans to introduce a new name for the invasive fish that they hope will sound more appetizing and encourage people to target the fish for consumption. Read the full story by WOOD-TV – Grand Rapids, MI.
The city of Kewaunee, Wisconsin, received a grant from the state’s Harbor Assistance Program to improve the moorings in its Harbor Park for the Tug Ludington, a World War II vessel that has been a popular tourist attraction in the city. Read the full story by the Green Bay Press Gazette. Read the full story…
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- Illinois legislation focuses on increasing diversity in wind and solar projects – The State Journal-Register
Aiming to increase diversity in wind and solar jobs, a proposed measure in the Illinois General Assembly would require more transparent reporting on the level of participation of minority-owned businesses in clean energy jobs.
The first stage is to encourage those using or seeking housing to share their stories through ‘Your Say North Perth’ on municipality’s online engagement platform.
Oceanographers from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration have released their first algal bloom forecast for Lake Erie for the upcoming season and predict a smaller bloom compared to previous years. Read the full story by WCPO-TV – Cincinnati, OH. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
A seawall near a dock site in Detroit, Michigan, that collapsed two years ago gave way Friday, spilling an unknown amount of soil into the Detroit River, according to state environmental officials. Read the full story by The Detroit News. Read the full story Tags: Detroit, Daily News