After several years of erosion caused by high water, including some record Lake Erie levels that cut into beaches, officials in Pennsylvania are pleased with conditions on Presque Isle’s shores. Read the full story by the Erie Times-News. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
A baby lake trout discovered in Lake Erie waters near the Pennsylvania-New York border confirmed that the species, thought to be extinct for 60 years, is now reproducing on its own. While this is positive sign for fisheries management and water quality of the lake, there is still a need for strong focus on the…
Construction has started on an endeavor intended to fortify a severely eroded bluff behind the historic Parmly Mansion along the shoreline of Lake Erie in Perry Township in Ohio. Read the full story The News-Herald. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The gold medal winner of this year’s annual San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition was a light unoaked chardonnay from Debonné Vineyards – a vineyard located in the Lake Erie region of northeast Ohio.
Despite the American wine and grape industry’s association with California’s Napa Valley, the Great Lakes region boasts four of the top 10 wine producing states in the nation.
Buffalo Harbor Kayak company provides a unique tour of where the historic Erie Canal, the Buffalo River and Lake Erie all become one. The tour not only showcases the water, but also provides a history lesson. Read the full story by Spectrum News 1. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, News
The cormorant population was once dangerously low in the Lake Erie area due to DDT byproducts. Now cormorants are abundant and there is discussion about culling cormorants to protect habitat. Read the full story by the Sandusky Register. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Although not as common as the blue-green algae found in the Lake Erie basin, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists warn that treatment plants should also be on the look out for “yellow water”, which is a result of hypoxic conditions. Read the full story by the Toledo Blade. Read the full story Tags: plants,…
At the 2020 Cleveland Boat Show, just before the pandemic struck, big changes were already afoot in the industry.
“I brought a huge lawn into the Cleveland Boat Show in 2020 so that people could stand around and play cornhole and relax, people could sit around a picnic table and drink beer and kids could run around,” said Michelle Burke, president of the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded a $309,300 grant to the city of Erie, Pennsylvania, to keep litter and trash out of Presque Isle Bay and Lake Erie provided by the Trash-Free Waters Grant under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Read the full story by WZTE-FM – UNION CITY, PA. Read the full story Tags:…
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, millions of Americans suddenly found themselves out of work or working remotely, their recreational options severely limited with the closure of bars, eateries, gyms and countless public spaces.
So what better way to spend time with family while remaining socially distanced than buying a boat and hitting the water?
The City of London, Ontario says residents in the city’s southeast end might notice a slight odor and discoloration to their tap water due to an “inversion” in parts of Lake Erie due to seasonal changes in temperature and sunlight. These cause different layers of water to mix in a way that provides challenges for…
Monarch butterflies make a stop in Cleveland Metroparks, usually near the Lake Erie shore at Wendy Park, to rest along their journey from Canada and the Northeastern U.S. to Mexico. Read the full story by WEWC-TV – Cleveland, OH. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
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