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Michigan agency, private group seek volunteers to protect lake sturgeon during spawning season
The Republic (4/23)
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is teaming with a private organization to protect sturgeon in Cheboygan County's Black Lake from poaching during their spawning season.

Chinese market becomes an alternative to deal with invasive carp
FIS (4/23)
The Chinese market could be the solution the Great Lakes need to rid the waters in the United States from invasive carp species.

Speaker: Invasive species threaten area
Daily Press (4/23)
Ron Kinunnen gave a presentation on Tuesday at Bay College in Escanaba, MI speaking about the threat posed by the spread of aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes.

Boaters warned of invasive stowaways
Leader-Post (4/23)
Boaters have been warned about invasive species stowing away on their vessels and are promoted to thoroughly clean their equipment when they travel.

Crossroads at Big Creek: It's all about the water at sustainable fair kickoff
Green Bay Press Gazette (4/22)
Crossroads at Big Creek in Wisconsin is proud and honored to host the kickoff event for the fifth annual Sustainable Living Fair.

Trash frozen to the ground during winter making its way into Lake Michigan, rivers
Fox 6 Now Milwaukee (4/22)
Now that the ice and snow are melting, the trash that was frozen to the ground all winter is slowly making its way into Lake Michigan.

Students celebrate Earth Day by planting sequoia clones
Michigan Radio (4/22)
Students in Northern Michigan at the Interlochen Arts Academy planted sequoia clones on campus along Green Lake for Earth Day.

5-point plan unveiled for sustainable area growth
The Toledo Blade (4/22)
A team of county and city officials, nonprofit representative, and business leaders created a sustainability plan for Toledo and Lucas counties in Ohio to help ensure sustainable area growth.

After splashy debut, the Cleveland-Europe Express may add another ship
Cleveland (4/22)
Representatives of the Port of Cleveland and a Dutch shipping giant have talking about adding a second vessel to the Cleveland-Europe Express after the first vessel strike up interest amongst shippers.

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