Capri CafaroClimate ChangeFeature HomepageFoodForests and PlantsIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLatest NewsNewsOhioProtectResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchWisconsin-
Maple producers are facing shorter harvest seasons, less sugar production and unreliable sap flow.
ChicagoDrinking WaterFeature HomepageIllinoisJohn McCrackenLake MichiganLatest NewsMunicipalitiesNewsPolicyPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeProtectScience, Technology, ResearchThe StatesWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
The city of Joliet, roughly 45 minutes southwest of Chicago, is looking to Lake Michigan as a solution to its drying water supplies. But residents are concerned about the costs that would bring.
Feature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsI Speak for the FishKathy JohnsonLake ErieLake MichiganLake SuperiorLatest NewsMichiganNewsResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchSt. Clair River-
In this month’s column, Kathy Johnson looks at how, when and where round goby were first identified in the Great Lakes.
Feature HomepageHistory and CultureIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentJames ProffittLatest NewsNewsOhioRecreation and TourismRecreational Hunting and FishingTourismWaterfront Development
Lakeside Gentrification: Trailer parks and campgrounds the last bulwark against waterfront developments-
Despite the best efforts of some lakeside residents and developers, campgrounds just won’t die.
Feature HomepageHistory and CultureIndianaLake MichiganLatest NewsMichiganNewsRecreation and TourismScience, Technology, ResearchThe CatchTourism-
Reporter Joseph S. Pete of the Times of Northwest Indiana joins Great Lakes Now to further explain why a sand dune is moving, what it means for visitors and ecosystems, and what park officials are doing about it.
Drinking WaterFeature HomepageForever Chemicals FeaturedGary WilsonIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLatest NewsMichiganNewsPFASResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchU.S. and Canadian Federal Governments-
In this Q&A, the director of MSU’s Center for PFAS Research Cheryl Murphy discusses the state of PFAS research currently, and why the U.S. and Canada should work together.