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Great Lakes Moment: Similarities between the Don and Rouge rivers, and one big difference-
In this month’s column, John Hartig discusses the lessons that can be learned from the naturalization of Toronto’s Don River.00
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Lakeside Gentrification: Trailer parks and campgrounds the last bulwark against waterfront developments-
Despite the best efforts of some lakeside residents and developers, campgrounds just won’t die.
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Lakeside Gentrification: Waterfront properties and water access grow steadily further out of reach-
The bottom-line budget for a vacation by the lakes is shooting higher, as local vacation homes and restaurants are replaced by mansions and condominiums.
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First phase of cleanup at former steel mill site complete. Now what?-
Over the years, several contaminated areas have been found on the site. Federal and state environmental officials discovered thousands of gallons of PCB oil and many other pollutants stored on the grounds.
From State of the State to State of the Lakes: Southeast Michigan is re-connecting with water for economic development and lifestyle.-
by Martina Guzman Every January, the president of the United States gives the much anticipated state of the union address,…