- ‘Continue Great Lakes Restoration Initiative,’ Advocates Urge in New Paper
- Great Lakes Update from Washington, D.C.
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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: Lake Huron
April 16th 2013
The failure of a dam in a northern Michigan river led to an innovative solution that restored fish passage in an important Lake Huron tributary and saved a popular community festival in the process. Replacing the Chesaning Dam with a … Continue readingComments Off on Dam removal improves river, saves community festival
March 20th 2013
A new bridge over the Black River in northeast Michigan has reconnected the upper 18 miles of the trout stream to Lake Huron. The $350,000 project replaced two culverts that disrupted the river’s natural flow and blocked fish passage. The … Continue readingComments Off on New bridge unleashes a trout stream in Michigan
December 18th 2012
A new study showing which areas of the Great Lakes are suffering the greatest environmental insults found that efforts to restore the lakes are targeting the right places. The three-year study by scientists at the University Michigan produced a map that … Continue readingComments Off on Study: Great Lakes restoration targeting the right places
November 6th 2012
Research funded by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative enabled scientists to trap and kill more sea lamprey in the St. Mary’s River, which is home to the largest population of the ravenous invaders in the Great Lakes basin. Improving methods … Continue readingComments Off on Scientists improve methods for fighting sea lamprey
August 7th 2012
A group called Sustain Our Great Lakes recently announced $8.2 million in grants that will fund 34 Great Lakes restoration projects across the basin. The grants are focused on projects that will improve the “quality and connectivity of tributary, wetland … Continue readingComments Off on New grants will bolster Great Lakes restoration efforts