Weekly News Roundup: Infrastructure, Lake Ontario Water Levels, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes restoration:

 

The Green Bay Press Gazette reports on the progress the city of Green Bay is making towards replacing its lead piping. The city plans to completely replace its lead pipes by 2021.

 

The rapidly rising water levels of Lake Ontario have begun eroding parts of the shoreline, threatening the stability of several lakeshore homes, reports mLive.

 

New York State is providing over $136,000 in environmental grants, according to the Times Union. The funds will go to colleges and agencies studying issues including invasive species, endangered wildlife, and environmental contaminants.

 

Great Lakes Echo investigates how a dam removal on Michigan’s Grand River is complicated by both the need to contain the invasive sea lamprey and protect the endangered snuffbox mussel.

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