Feature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsLatest NewsLorraine BoissoneaultMichiganNewsScience, Technology, Research-
A pandemic, record-high lake levels, an outbreak of botulism—despite the slew of challenges, wildlife workers have helped the shorebirds thrive.
Drinking WaterForever Chemicals FeaturedGary WilsonLatest NewsMichiganNewsPFASWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
Great Lakes Now talked with Rebecca Esselman, executive director of the nonprofit Huron River Watershed Council, about the role of watershed councils in conservation, and government-community partnerships.
Equity and Environmental JusticeHabitat RestorationJohn HartigLatest NewsNewsResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, Research-
In this month’s column, John Hartig talks about a study he authored on the effectiveness of a more holistic approach to Great Lakes restoration projects.
Climate ChangeFeature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsHabitat RestorationJames ProffittLake ErieLake OntarioLake SuperiorLatest NewsMichiganNew YorkNewsOhio-
With more than a quarter of North America’s bird population lost in the last 50 years, the National Audubon Society is targeting Great Lakes wetlands and coastal areas for projects, hoping to restore enough key bird habitats to deter the decline.
COVID-19Feature HomepageJames ProffittLake ErieLake HuronLake MichiganLake OntarioLatest NewsMichiganNew YorkNewsNiagara FallsOhioRecreation and TourismTourismWisconsin-
Great Lakes vacation and recreation spots welcome back people as well as a sense of normality.
Drinking WaterEquity and Environmental JusticeFeature HomepageGary WilsonLatest NewsMichiganNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental Justice-
Michigan public advocate talks to Great Lakes Now, saying Michigan wants to lead, play a role in Biden’s environmental justice plan.
Feature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsHistory and CultureIndigenous CommunitiesJames ProffittLatest NewsMichiganNewsRecreational Hunting and FishingSturgeon
Conservation Coordination: Black Lake sturgeon fishing highlights contrasts between Native and state approaches-
Sturgeon fishing, over in a morning for most Michiganders, extends over a longer period of time for Michigan’s Tribes.
CollaborationGreat Lakes EchoLatest NewsNewsResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, Research-
A type of algae that a recent study found collects microfibers brings up questions about microplastic pollution impacts and how it could affect human health.
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‘The middle of a massive contamination’: Residents of Wisconsin region struggle with aftereffects of dangerous ‘forever chemicals’-
Four years after a facility disclosed water contamination in the surrounding community, residents and locals deal with the impact of PFAS.