Whitmer also wrote to the U.S. Coast Guard requesting that it create a rule similar to Michigan’s on anchor dragging to cover foreign ships.
Great Lakes Now spoke with maritime attorney Gary Baun on what it means to be a passenger on a cruise ship and what cautions passengers can take when it comes to legal issues.
video showing Enbridge Inc.’s Line 5 pipeline taking damage was recently released, sparking a new debate on the risks of having an oil pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac.
In the waters of the Great Lakes are dozens of shipwrecks. Plenty of locations all around the lakes provide opportunities…
Great Lakes Now interviewed Dave Dempsey about his latest book, which examines the Detroit River’s recovery and the benefit to the region.
The forum, which was held in Cleveland from May 6 through 8, hosted guests from more than just Canada and the U.S., but also France, Colombia and Japan.
The Biggest Week in American Birding, which started on May 3 this year, regularly draws thousands of visitors to Ohio’s coastline.
Lake Erie Bill of Rights campaigners Toledoans for Safe Water were invited to the United Nations in New York City on Earth Day to talk about the campaign.
Marinas and waterfront cities struggle to deal with rising Great Lakes water levels, which could reach record highs in the next few months.
Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline has been a contentious issue in Michigan, but another Great Lakes state also has issues with the Canadian company.