Milwaukee-based multimedia production studio FuzzPop Workshop is presenting “Deep Lake Future,” an immersive and otherworldly art experience to showcase how invasive species have expanded beyond the Great Lakes into all facets of our lives. Read the full story by Milwaukee Record.
Michigan needs to do more to combat climate change. The state has an opportunity, with federal infrastructure dollars, to enable the protection of remaining natural lands and for broader adoption of natural climate solutions like green stormwater infrastructure, especially in rapidly developing regions. Read the full story by the Detroit Free Press. Read the full…
Research in a set of unique Canadian lakes is backing up a strange consequence of evolutionary theory often predicted but never shown. Given the right circumstances, fish get decades old but they don’t age. Read the full story by Canadian Press. Read the full story
The population of sea lampreys in the Great Lakes could increase significantly in the next year or two due to pandemic delayed mitigation, and it’s currently unclear how quickly the population can be culled back. Read the full story by WJET – Erie, PA. Read the full story
As lake sturgeon in Michigan’s Black Lake in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties travel up the Black River to spawn in shallow waters, volunteers will be ready to guard the fish against poaching. Read the full story by Michigan Radio. Read the full story
More than 100 people drowned in the Great Lakes in 2022, according to the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project. At the Milwaukee Community Sailing Center, kids and parents learn about life jackets, rescue rings and more so that every memory made on the water can be a good one. Read the full story by WITI-TV…