Great Lakes Now Featured Articles About Cleveland
Water quality sensors in Lake Erie are being networked to make more data accessible to researchers and government agencies, as well as the public.
Programs find new life for items including rejected carrots, NFL banners, and discarded clothing.
Energy News Roundup: Renewable natural gas powering Ontario communities, solar projects to power Michigan sites
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news.
Two men accused of stuffing walleye with lead weights and fish fillets during a tournament pleaded not guilty to cheating.
Thirty million people live within the Great Lakes Watershed, which make up roughly 10% of the US population and 30% of the Canadian population.
Experts and activists agree many waterways are healthier now.
The ship is the first American made bulk cargo carrier constructed on the Great Lakes in nearly 40 years.
The county prosecutor’s office in Cleveland has opened an investigation into an apparent cheating scandal during a walleye fishing tournament.
Formed in a year known for two water crises, the Cleveland Water Alliance leader is working to prevent the next one.
The Mark W. Barker is more innovative and versatile than the larger Lakers.
Drinking Water News Roundup: Boil water advisories across region, Pennsylvania residents fight for public water
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with drinking water in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
A company can proceed with plans to build what will be the first freshwater offshore wind-powered electric-generation facility in North America.
There are billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of jobs in Great Lakes shipping.
In this Q&A, Lake Carriers’ Association President James Weakley talks Great Lakes shipping economy, ice breakers, the Soo Locks and more.