- ‘Continue Great Lakes Restoration Initiative,’ Advocates Urge in New Paper
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- Clinton, Trump Campaigns Commit to Great Lakes Restoration Initiative at Candidate Forum
- Great Lakes Restoration Conference Opening Today in Sandusky, Ohio
Tag Archives: fish
December 23rd 2013
A nearly $800,000 project reduced soil erosion in a ravine about 35 miles north of Chicago. The Lake Bluff Ravine project — which reduced storm water runoff into a creek that winds through the ravine and armored eroding stream banks … Continue readingComments Off on Curbing erosion reduces pollution in Lake Michigan
December 17th 2013
An $8 million project funded by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative re-established the natural channel of a northern Michigan creek, which for years carried mercury from underground mines to a nearby lake in the Lake Superior watershed. The restoration of … Continue readingComments Off on Project curbs mercury polllution in Lake Superior basin
November 19th 2013
The restoration of Sulphur Springs, in suburban Cleveland, could clear the way for the reintroduction of native Ohio brook trout in the Lake Erie tributary. The Sulphur Springs project was selected as Ohio’s featured project for America’s Great Outdoors Initiative, a … Continue readingComments Off on Trout may be reintroduced in restored Ohio stream
November 12th 2013
A wetland restoration project in Duluth-Superior Harbor transformed the site of a former lumber mill into one of the region’s best birding sites. The project removed 11,000 cubic yards of soggy wood waste that suffocated the coastal wetland for close … Continue readingComments Off on Restored wetland shows nature’s resilience
October 29th 2013
The first phase of a $2.4 million project to clean up sawmill waste in the St. Louis River estuary, in Duluth, Minn., removed 146 tons of wood waste and 250 derelict wood pilings from the bay. By 2014, the project … Continue readingComments Off on Removing wood waste will restore St. Louis River estuary