The Detroit Historical Society is sharing photos, blueprints and contracts from the building of the Enbridge-owned pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac. Here’s how you can see them.
Ten of the 13 bills passed unanimously. Despite the broad support, it’s not clear whether they all will pass the Republican-controlled Senate which has yet to schedule them for a vote.
This year, cities have coalesced around another financial-aid request, this time for money that would help them pay for aging wastewater and drinking water facilities.
U.S. and Canadian apps provide guides to mussel species to spread awareness and help the general public engage with local aquatic fauna.
University of Chicago law professor proposes selling Great Lakes water, sparking renewed denials and reminders of why that isn’t a current possibility.
An organization responsible for maintaining a historic Michigan lighthouse hopes that improving the site’s shoreline protection system will minimize damage from Lake Michigan’s high water levels.
New York retailers have begun giving up single-use plastic bags as the state prepares for the March 1 implementation of a ban aimed at reducing pollution.
Curious about the history of the Soo Locks and how they came to be? Check out this timeline that will take you through notable moments in the Locks’ history.
Researchers at the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research surveyed 1,000 Ohioans to gauge support of strategies to prevent western Lake Erie algal blooms.
The state plans to establish tougher regulations on runoff that’s feeding the outbreaks by limiting how much of the pollution is allowed to flow into the lake’s western end, Ohio’s Environmental Protection Agency said.
PFAS weekly roundup: $1M spent in Kalamazoo County, bills face industry opposition in Wisconsin, Ohio River study being designed
Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
A federal judge ruled against similar language in a South Dakota law last year that was deemed too vague.