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Michigan’s Magnet Man attracts river trash-
The heaviest thing that he has found is a full-sized safe in the Rouge River in Delray, Michigan, taking seven people with magnets and hooks to pull it out.05
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Watch Party: Coastal Wetlands, Part 1-
In this live watch party, Host Sandra Svoboda chats with WDET’s Annamarie Sysling and Friends of the Rouge River Executive Director Marie McCormick about two restoration projects around the Detroit River area.
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GLWA, DWSD and Oakland County working together to reduce overflows into Rouge River-
Once completed, these projects will prevent an estimated 48 million gallons of untreated rain water from flowing into the Rouge River per year.
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Roller Coaster: Michigan’s long history with environmental contamination-
This special column from John Hartig looks at 10 incidents of contamination in Michigan’s history.
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Great Lakes Moment: Five decades since the infamous Rouge River fire-
Great strides have been made in changing the state of the Rouge River in the years since the fire, though significant challenges still remain.