Tag Archives: Drinking Water Infrastructure

October 9th 2017

Great Lakes Advocates to Gather in Buffalo, Urging Feds to Maintain Support for Lakes

ANN ARBOR, MICH. (October 9, 2017)—As the U.S. Congress and Trump Administration debate the fate of core Great Lakes restoration programs, hundreds of advocates for the lakes prepare to gather in Buffalo, N.Y., October 17-19, for the 13th annual Great … Continue reading

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October 6th 2017

Detroit Branch NAACP and Healing Our Waters–Great Lakes Coalition Tackle Potential Fixes to City’s Water Systems

DETROIT, MICH. (October 6, 2017) – The Detroit Branch NAACP and Healing Our Waters–Great Lakes Coalition held a press briefing today, Friday October 6, 2017 at 10 a.m. to discuss potential fixes to the City of Detroit’s Water System.  Representatives from the … Continue reading

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August 1st 2017

Washington Update: July 31, 2017

Asian Carp Study to be Released A long awaited study presenting options to protect the Great Lakes from Asian carp will finally be released August 7. The Brandon Road Study was due to be released in February, when the Trump Administration … Continue reading

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May 12th 2017

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 … Continue reading

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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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