While Lake Erie’s walleye population is smashing records, the lake’s populations of yellow perch and emerald shiners aren’t faring quite so well.
How did the bloom affect fishing and tourism, what is being done, and what can be done about it?
GLN Writer James Proffitt’s relationship with the ancient fish flourished in 2019, and he plans to take it further in the next year.
Join Great Lakes Now on a ride along with officers on Lake Erie for searches and safety work.
The H2Ohio projects, while not individually large-scale, are planned for strategic locations to maximize protection of Lake Erie.
The battle between commercial fishers and recreational anglers is currently being fought through legislation.
The history of fishing, particularly commercial fishing, in the Great Lakes is a story of the rise, fall and return of native fish populations.
For the second year, 3,000 lake sturgeon were released into the Maumee River in a collaborative effort between U.S. state, federal and Canadian agencies.
The fourth annual event touched on a variety of resources, news, trends and possible solutions relating to Lake Erie’s toxic algae problem.
The poll, released by the Environmental Law & Policy Center, follows a study that was released by the center in May showing that concentrated animal feeding operations were a major source of nutrient pollution in Lake Erie.