Great Lakes Now Featured Articles About Duluth
States in the Great Lakes kill beavers and remove dams on select rivers and streams. They’re doing it, in part, for anglers. But some people are not on board with that.
Michigan has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to remediate these contaminated sediments, but this won’t occur unless non-federal partners can meet funding requirements.
The tradition of moving things via dog sled is deeply entrenched in the culture of the North Shore.
In this introductory feature for ‘The Nibi Chronicles,” Staci Lola Drouillard finds hope where the band plays and the thunderbird lives.
“This past summer was a record-setting year for cruise ships in the Great Lakes, and that’s meant a lot more tourists coming to the region. It’s also meant economic development for cities in the region.”
Moving bridges historically played crucial roles in the development of dozens of Great Lakes cities. And folks are often mesmerized by their sheer size and the fact they really do move.
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.
Great Lakes water levels could increase on average from 19 to 44 centimeters in the next few decades, study says
By treating them more like the oceans, researchers are trying to better predict future Great Lakes water levels.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday activated the National Guard to help control record flooding in areas of northeastern Minnesota.
The 2021 shipping season was a “bounce-back season,” which Great Lakes port administrators attribute to increased cargo and infrastructure improvements.
More than a dozen local governments in the state either have or are expected to pass climate emergency resolutions this month as part of an initiative by the Minnesota Cities Climate Caucus.
Superior Stewardship: In Duluth, the Great Lakes are more than a resource, they’re part of an identity
Did Duluth’s waterfront hold up to summer storms? We interview Duluth mayor Emily Larson to find out and hear what else is in store for the Minnesota city.
More than 10 years ago, the discovery of cyanobacteria along Park Point in Duluth — in notoriously cold and stormy Lake Superior — would have been unheard of.