Tall ship Niagara will visit Algonac The Times Herald (8/2) The U.S Brig Niagara, which was Oliver Hazard Perry’s relief flagship during the Battle of Lake Erie in 1813, will be docked along the Algonac, Mich., waterfront and will be open for tours.
Lift bridges are in need of attention Lockport Union-Sun & Journal (8/2) In the state of New York, Erie Canal bridges are aging. Without the proper funding, some of the structures are in jeopardy.
Experts keep tabs on Lake Michigan salmon population Grand Haven Tribune (7/31) As salmon fishing is very popular around the Great Lakes, experts are constantly keeping an eye on how the Chinook salmon population is doing — especially in the wake of the Lake Huron salmon population crash of the 1990s and 2000s.
Safe boating emphasized at 'Paddles Up' Island Dispatch (7/31) Exploring the water safely was a main theme at the 10th "Paddles Up," a noncompetitive paddling event that was held at Beaver Island State Park in New York.
Residents say Augustian CAFO will pollute rivers, lake Kewaunee County Star-News (7/31) Kewaunee County, Wis., residents asked why the Dept. of Natural Resources would consider issuing a permit for another large industrial dairy when groundwater and surface waters are already polluted by manure from too many cows.