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Canada to Michigan on Line 5: “We support its continued safe operation”
While Michigan elected officials trade barbs and debate the fate of the Enbridge Line 5 pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac, the agency that oversees Canada’s energy industry left no doubt where it stands on decommissioning Line 5.
Two Lake Erie tributaries draw tens of thousands of anglers
Every spring millions of walleye head upstream from Lake Erie into two Western Basin rivers to spawn: The Maumee, which runs through downtown Toledo; and the Sandusky, which runs through the city of Fremont and out through the long, wide Sandusky Bay.
Farmers talk agriculture and conservation for this growing season
How local agriculture affects Lake Erie was part of many conversations at the annual Ottawa Soil & Water Conservation District event, where farmers gather for a day of shop talk at the county fairgrounds in Oak Harbor.
It’s a curious acronym — PFAS — and it stands for a family of chemicals that’s in most homes and being detected in an increasing number of people’s water systems. Research is only beginning to determine the health effects and what, if any, treatment there might be. Watch NOW at GreatLakesNow.org