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November 18th 2016

Weekly News Roundup:

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news: Great Lakes fish consumption advisories could be inadequate and exposing consumers to higher levels of toxic chemicals than anticipated, according to Great Lakes Echo. The major contaminants of concern are … Continue reading

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August 14th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Enbridge Pipeline, Agricultural Runoff, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news:   The Wisconsin DNR has proposed expanding wildlife and natural areas in southeastern Wisconsin, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The proposal would add 3,000 acres to existing state … Continue reading

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July 24th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Algal Blooms, Quagga Mussels, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news… The Sandusky Register reports on a harmful algal bloom currently developing in Lake Erie. Scientists warn that the bloom is exhibiting high levels of the toxin microcystin. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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July 10th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Harmful Algal Blooms and Shoreline Restoration

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news:   Experts are predicting another summer of large toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie, reports the Detroit News. According to Toledo News Now, the heavy rains in June … Continue reading

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June 26th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Lake Trout, the Great Lakes Compact, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news: The Great Falls Tribune reports on efforts by biologists to save struggling lake trout populations in the Great Lakes. The trout are native to the Great Lakes, but … Continue reading

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