Central New York’s Water Authority has opened a new exhibit about the treatment and transmission of water at the Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in downtown Syracuse. The Ontario Clean Water Agency educational exhibit, called How Your Water Works, will be on display through November 26 and features a water pipe display, historical timeline, and an interactive water table for children to enjoy. Read the full story by WSTM-TV – Syracuse, NY.
The Lake Erie walleye fishing community is raising money for kids in treatment for cancer at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Read and view the full story by WKYC-TV – North Ridgeville, OH. Read the full story
Harmful algae blooms are predicted to be smaller than average this year in Lake Erie. Although the bloom may be smaller, smaller blooms can still be toxic and affect drinking water. Read the full story at WTOL-TV – Toledo, OH. Read the full story
Line 5 pipelines are an environmental ticking time bomb pumping oil nearly 20 years past their intended lifespan in raging currents at the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac that join Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas. Read the full story by the Traverse City Record Eagle. Read the full story
Birders, biologists, conservationists and those who happened to be swept up in the tale of two little birds gathered this week at Montrose Beach in Chicago, Illinois to mark the end of one story — while another was just beginning. Read the full story by The Chicago Tribune. Read the full story
Gov. Tony Evers is hoping to use some of Wisconsin’s 2023-25 budget to address environmental issues. Read the full story by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Read the full story