Leaders from 51 tribal nations, including some in Michigan, blasted Canada’s support of Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline last week. Read the full story by Interlochen Public Radio. Read the full story
Officials for the City of Hamilton announced plans to start dredging operations to remove hazardous sediment from Chedoke Creek, which received 24 billion liters of sewage from a combined sewer overflow between 2014 and 2018. The spill originated where Chedoke Creek connects with Lake Ontario at Princess Point. Read the full story by CBC News….
Cook County, Minnesota is one step closer to having another state-recognized Scientific and Natural Area. The newest addition will be known as the Icelandite Coastal Fen, a 25-acre site just east of Colvill. Read the full story by North Shore Community Radio. Read the full story
The National Park Service is about halfway through the prescribed burns it has planned for this spring to restore and renew natural habitats in the Indiana Dunes National Park, adjacent to Lake Michigan. Read the full story by The Times of Northwest Indiana. Read the full story
Macomb County Public Works Commissioner and member of the Great Lakes Commission Candice Miller believes Michigan’s fresh water resources will become even more important in the future, as the world’s climate continues to change. Read the full story by the Macomb Daily. Read the full story