Welcome to Great Lakes Now: a regional news and information hub about how we enjoy, study, work on and experience the world’s largest supply of surface freshwater.
The Great Lakes Now monthly television program is produced by Detroit Public TV in partnership with a network of PBS affiliates around the region. Shooting on location in eight states and Canada, the magazine-style show brings viewers stories about the recreational, economic, scientific, political and environmental issues related to the Great Lakes and drinking water.
Latest News from Great Lakes Now
Customers who attempt to pay with cash at the Blue Water Bridge or Detroit-Windsor Tunnel will be turned away.
PFAS News Roundup: Indiana restricts PFAS foam, Wisconsin utility sued, 651 military bases likely polluted
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
Here are three new webinars you can join for free to get ideas about how to help kids learn about the Great Lakes.
Michigan outdoor recreation-related companies are struggling to stay afloat amid the fallout from COVID-19.
The public can continue to enjoy aquariums, museums and centers as the facilities close buildings. But starting March 25, Parks Canada is closing all national parks.
In this Q&A, Central Michigan University Professor Don Uzarski talks about how critical healthy wetlands are for the Great Lakes region.
PFAS Around the Great Lakes Region: Actions taken in each state or province and standards set, if any
The eight Great Lakes states and Canada are approaching PFAS contamination in their own ways and setting their own standards.
Educator Gary Abud Jr. begins sharing Great Lakes Now/PBS videos and fun activities to help kids learn about this amazing freshwater system.