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After years of deferred maintenance, big upgrades are coming to Belle Isle and picturesque Tahquamenon Falls. But there are also potholes to fill, toilets and sewers to replace and electrical systems to modernize.
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In this month’s column, John Hartig discusses the lessons that can be learned from the naturalization of Toronto’s Don River.
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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.
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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.
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The bottom-line budget for a vacation by the lakes is shooting higher, as local vacation homes and restaurants are replaced by mansions and condominiums.
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Michigan is investing more than $4.7 billion to improve infrastructure, including drinking water upgrades, internet access and fixing roads, bridges and dams.
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Seasonal work at Michigan’s state and local parks was once a sought-after job for students and teachers on summer break, and retirees looking for a diversion.