A member of Congress wants Michiganders to speak out against a Canadian proposal to store nuclear waste underground less than a mile from Lake Huron.
CBS 62’s “Eye on the Future” Special — Watch 6:30 p.m. Sunday (just before “60 Minutes”) With one-fifth of the world’s fresh water supply, protecting Michigan’s greatest natural asset is becoming more difficult with threats […]
The lamprey is an eel-like predator with a suction-cup mouth that fastens itself to fish and feeds on their bodily fluids.
If your Memorial Day weekend plans include boating on the Great Lakes, be prepared for a visit from the U.S. Coast Guard.
Officials with the 9th Coast Guard District which covers Detroit and the Great Lakes are urging boaters to wear life jackets at all times while on the water.
“Canada’s proposed nuclear waste dump on the shores of Lake Huron puts our Great Lakes at risk of radioactive contamination…”
Rep. Dan Kildee said the country should find a site farther away from the Great Lakes, the world’s largest body of surface fresh water.
The state Department of Environmental Quality has heard from two operators interested in raising rainbow trout in netted enclosures.
Capt. John Henry and his crew of more than a dozen guided the 140-foot Bristol Bay through the icy waters of the river, which connects Lakes Huron and St. Clair.
The Coast Guard says people should stay away from cracks, seams, pressure ridges, slushy areas and darker areas of ice since these could be hazards.