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Dead Dog Creek Restoration Reduces Pollution in Lake Michigan

March 28, 2014

The eroded stream banks of Dead Dog Creek along the Illinois/Wisconsin boarder are being restored to reduce nutrients and sediments in Lake Michigan.

Decades of Cleanup Work Paying Off for White Lake

February 5, 2014

Intensive cleanup activities have improved water quality, fish health and reduced phosphorus concentrations in White Lake.

Restored creek carries less sediment into Lake Erie

December 26, 2013

Reducing storm water runoff into an urban stream restored the waterway and kept tons of sediment from reaching Lake Erie.

Removing small dam near Detroit yields big results

December 22, 2013

Removing a small dam in the Rouge River, near Detroit, has restored fish passage and reconnected the lower river to the larger Great Lakes ecosystem.

Liberated creek no longer a source of mercury pollution

December 21, 2013

Restoring the natural channel of a northern Michigan creek stopped the flow of mercury from underground mines into nearby Deer Lake and Lake Superior.