Great Lakes Now tries to make every episode interesting and educational.
In “Salamanders, Shipping and Shorelines,” learn about how a town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is taking action to save the blue-spotted salamander, take a look at whether Great Lakes ports could be the key to easing congestion in global shipping, and see The Catch explore whitefish recruitment in the Great Lakes, ecological resilience in Toronto and ancient white cedars on the limestone cliffs of Michigan’s Fayette Historic State Park.
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Featured image: A headlamp allows scientists to observe the nocturnal behavior of blue-spotted salamanders in Marquette, MI. (Photo Credit: Great Lakes Now)