Steel production plunged by 24,000 tons in the Great Lakes region last week, according to the American Iron and Steel Institute. Read the full story by The Times of Northwest Indiana.
More than 200 people jumped into Lake Ontario in Toronto, Ontario early Saturday to celebrate community resilience after two long years of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full story by CBC News. Read the full story
The fate of a proposed 73-turbine wind project in northwest Ohio near the Black Swamp Bird Observatory could be decided by the Ohio Supreme Court, which is expected to hear a challenge to the proposal. Read the full story by The Plain Dealer. Read the full story
In the largest design and construction project of its kind currently underway in North America, crews are restoring the natural systems of the mouth of the Don River, where it empties into Lake Ontario. The river, in its current configuration, is being moved. Read the full story by Canadian Architect. Read the full story
Lake effect snow is notoriously tricky to forecast but Paul Pastelok, a senior meteorologist with Accuweather, predicts a normal to slightly above normal lake effect season for Upstate New York. Read the full story by The Post-Standard. Read the full story
The proposal to build a cruise ship dock in Holland, Michigan could put it at odds with Muskegon, which, just 31 miles north, has its own dock for cruise ships in Lake Michigan. But Holland City Manager Keith Van Beek said he doesn’t expect a Holland cruise ship dock would take business from Muskegon. Read…
In Harbor Springs, Michigan, thousands of juvenile fish native to the Great Lakes are being meticulously monitored and raised for release by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Natural Resources Department in efforts to revitalize vulnerable fish species in the 1836 treaty territory. Read the full story by Michigan Advance. Read the full…