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August 14th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Enbridge Pipeline, Agricultural Runoff, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news:   The Wisconsin DNR has proposed expanding wildlife and natural areas in southeastern Wisconsin, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The proposal would add 3,000 acres to existing state … Continue reading

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July 24th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Algal Blooms, Quagga Mussels, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news… The Sandusky Register reports on a harmful algal bloom currently developing in Lake Erie. Scientists warn that the bloom is exhibiting high levels of the toxin microcystin. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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July 10th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Harmful Algal Blooms and Shoreline Restoration

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news:   Experts are predicting another summer of large toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie, reports the Detroit News. According to Toledo News Now, the heavy rains in June … Continue reading

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June 26th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Lake Trout, the Great Lakes Compact, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news: The Great Falls Tribune reports on efforts by biologists to save struggling lake trout populations in the Great Lakes. The trout are native to the Great Lakes, but … Continue reading

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June 19th 2015

Weekly News Roundup: Phosphorus, Invasives, and More

In case you missed the past week in Great Lakes conservation news…   The Detroit Free Press reports on an agreement between Michigan, Ohio, and Ontario phosphorus levels in the western Lake Erie Basin. The agreement calls for a 40% … Continue reading

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