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Anishinaabe journalist Sierra Clark said harassment regarding tribal fishing is not something new in the state of Michigan.
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Local activists from Detroit and Windsor are pushing The United Nations Education and Scientific Cultural Organization to recognize the local landmark.
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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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Producer Dan Wanschura says the new series, called “Natural Selection,” includes multiple stories about the relationship between human resource management and the natural world.
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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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‘We’ve got to get gaming out of our blood’: Pandemic shock pushes Wisconsin tribes to diversify economy-
Wisconsin tribes contemplate future beyond gaming after pandemic shows risk of overreliance on casinos.
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In this month’s column, John Hartig talks about the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, signed 50 years ago in April, its binational legacy and whether the time passed has led to complacency.