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Piping Plovers: Despite new challenges, the birds make their comeback-
A pandemic, record-high lake levels, an outbreak of botulism—despite the slew of challenges, wildlife workers have helped the shorebirds thrive.00
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Big Convener: Watershed councils provide critical support across municipal boundaries-
Great Lakes Now talked with Rebecca Esselman, executive director of the nonprofit Huron River Watershed Council, about the role of watershed councils in conservation, and government-community partnerships.
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Short Season: Sturgeon spearing plays big role in conservation efforts for the ancient fish-
This year, sturgeon season on Michigan’s Black Lake lasted just over two hours.
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Winous Point: Conservation and research play key roles in history of one of the oldest hunting clubs-
While hunting has been a hallmark of the Winous Point Shooting Club for more than 150 years, its true nature leans more toward conservation – especially since the creation of the Winous Point Marsh Conservancy two decades ago.
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Green group endorsements fail to push non-incumbents into Congress in the Great Lakes-
Only a minority of Great Lakes region congressional candidates endorsed by national environmental advocacy groups were victorious on Election Day.
Where Do I Find the Presidential Candidates Positions on the Environment?-
The media has been overrun with the most salacious details about the lives of the presidential candidates this election season,…
Climate change threatens the migratory patterns of birds in the Great Lakes: A radio story from Great Lakes Today-
A note from the editor: Our friends at Great Lakes Today produce compelling, original audio coverage of issues effecting the…