Great Lakes

Michigan native Loreen Niewenhuis has always loved the Great Lakes but says it was a mid-life crisis that pushed her to become an explorer and author.

C Nenn

A group of 24 scientists and policymakers are clearly sounding a climate change alarm, but are also handing the country a blueprint. It’s called the Great Lakes Restoration and Climate Change report.

"November's Fury" page 35

A hundred years ago this week, a nasty storm blew across the Great Lakes - and into history.

U.S. Forest Service

It turns out that the health of forests has quite a bit to do with the health of the lakes.

Downtown Milwaukee will brim over this week with people concerned about the health of the Great Lakes.

kategardiner.com

Researchers are analyzing water samples from rivers that feed into the Great Lakes.

Waukesha has made major revisions in its request for Lake Michigan water, so the Dept. of Natural Resources should conduct new hearings, according to several environmental interests.

U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

A new report offers a mixed review of the state of the health of the Great Lakes.

Ann-Elise Henzl

The International Joint Commission released a report Tuesday on how the health of the Great Lakes has changed in the past 25 years. The agency, made up of representatives from the U.S. and Canada, advises both countries on issues affecting their shared waterways.

UW Sea Grant Institute

Water levels are low enough in the Great Lakes that parts of sunken ships have become visible.

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