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Surf and Turf: The Great Lakes Now Episode Quiz-
Test your knowledge on Great Lakes land use, eFoiling on Lake Huron, and The Catch.00
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Some Republicans, Democrats, environmentalists, hunters, anglers, and birders all want the same thing: more wetlands-
The idea is to reduce harmful algal blooms getting into the Great Lakes, reduce flooding, and provide habitat for wildlife.
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Indiana governor traveling to UN climate summit in Egypt-
Indiana’s governor is planning his fifth overseas trip of the year, this time to attend a U.N. climate conference in Egypt.
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New technology provides hope for the Great Lakes’ polluted waters-
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Agency have demonstrated a new technology designed to reduce harmful algal blooms in lakes.
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Fishermen plead not guilty to charges in tournament scandal-
Two men accused of stuffing walleye with lead weights and fish fillets during a tournament pleaded not guilty to cheating.
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A former GM plant in St. Catharines is leaking toxic chemicals-
Residents have learned Ontario and city council kept suspicions of chemical leaks quiet for two years.