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Great Lakes Gift Guide 2020: Remember that road trip, boat ride, microbrew or sweatshirt you should’ve bought with this list
Try these gifts from a variety of places in the Great Lakes region in our selected categories of markets, food and drink, potato chips, books, home decor and wearables.
Not everyone in the country has piped water at home. Study authors argue that water access in the U.S. is inseparable from housing and social inequality.
PBS Wisconsin’s addition of the “Great Lakes Now” monthly series means full PBS coverage in a second Great Lakes state.
A question on the minds of many in the Great Lakes region for the 2020 presidential election candidates: What is your water policy?
As of Aug. 10, only 333 lines have been replaced.
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
Drinking Water News Roundup: Well contamination, Montreal distributing lead filters, water protection project grants awarded
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with drinking water in Great Lakes Now’s headline roundup.
The virus can be detected in infected people’s feces – sometimes even before they begin exhibiting symptoms.
Many parks and public areas are opening – with restrictions.
Milwaukee’s Walnut Way neighborhood has gradually transformed from lifeless parcels to green space.
This year’s Earth Day is a special one, and not just because it’s the 50th anniversary of the event.
Great Lakes Now is sharing work from our partners in a project on what climate change means for Great Lakes cities. Here is the initial piece in the series.
Some Great Lakes cities and states are ahead of the game when it comes to ending water shutoffs during the COVID-19 crisis. Others aren’t.
The public can continue to enjoy aquariums, museums and centers as the facilities close buildings. But starting March 25, Parks Canada is closing all national parks.