Experts Urge Cautious Approach On Great Lakes Fish Farming"If one thing goes wrong, it could sacrifice the quality of the Great Lakes for years to come."
Officials Say Sea Lamprey Numbers Down Across Great LakesThe lamprey is an eel-like creature that uses its suction-cup mouth and sharp teeth to fasten itself to other fish and suck out their bodily fluids.
Dennis Hale, 1966 Great Lakes Shipwreck Survivor, Dies At 75The lone survivor of a 1966 Great Lakes shipwreck has died of cancer. Dennis Hale was 75.
Initiative Announced To Oppose Canadian Plan To Bury Nuclear Waste Near Lake HuronA member of Congress wants Michiganders to speak out against a Canadian proposal to store nuclear waste underground less than a mile from Lake Huron.
'Michigan: Our Water, Our Future' Tackles The Issues!
US Crew To Search Detroit River For Invasive Sea LampreyThe lamprey is an eel-like predator with a suction-cup mouth that fastens itself to fish and feeds on their bodily fluids.
Recreational Boaters Could Get Coast Guard InspectionsIf your Memorial Day weekend plans include boating on the Great Lakes, be prepared for a visit from the U.S. Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Promotes Safe Boating, Urges Life Jacket UseOfficials 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.
Stabenow, Peters Oppose Canadian Plan To Bury Nuclear Waste Near Lake Huron"Canada's proposed nuclear waste dump on the shores of Lake Huron puts our Great Lakes at risk of radioactive contamination..."
Michigan Rep. Says Congress Should Oppose Canada's Nuclear Waste Plan Near Lake HuronRep. Dan Kildee said the country should find a site farther away from the Great Lakes, the world's largest body of surface fresh water.
Michigan Officials Weighing Idea Of Great Lakes Fish FarmingThe state Department of Environmental Quality has heard from two operators interested in raising rainbow trout in netted enclosures.
Coast Guard Welcomes Spring By Breaking Up Great Lakes IceCapt. 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.