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Manure runoff debated: Farmers urge Ohio House to employ sound science
The Toledo Blade (1/30)
A rare Ohio legislative algae hearing on a large farming operation drew a standing-room-only crowd of about 80 people; the committee took testimony from a dozen or so witnesses with ties to the state’s farming industry.

How one company plans to store energy in giant balloons under Lake Ontario
Financial Post (1/30)
A Toronto energy start-up has come up with an inventive use for old marine salvage technology.

Great Lakes threatened by invasive species
Net News Ledger (1/30)
In spite of increasing efforts to stem the tide of invasion threats, the Great Lakes remain vulnerable, according to scientists.

Boaters looking forward to higher lake levels and lower fuel prices
Chatham Daily News (1/30)
Recreational boaters on the Great Lakes look forward to higher lake levels and lower fuel prices this summer.

Scientists to study algal blooms in Sandusky Bay
The Sandusky Register (1/29)
Bowling Green State University announced Thursday that it will carry out a $250,000 study of algal blooms in Sandusky Bay that's aimed at helping Sandusky protect its water supply.

Sea Life Michigan aquarium is officially open at Great Lakes Crossing
MLive (1/29)
After years of planning and months of construction, Sea Life Michigan aquarium is officially open to the public.

Senator Stabenow (Mich.) talks goals of Senate Great Lakes Task Force
WSJM - Benton Harbor, MI (1/29)
Michigan's senior U.S. senator talks about top priorities for the Great Lakes Task Force.

Piping plovers subject of online session
The Owen Sound Sun Times (1/29)
A webinar held today will discuss the habitat needs and threats to piping plovers in the Great Lakes.

Fire Department trains with USCG on ice rescue
WLUC-TV - Megaunee, MI (1/29)
The US Coast Guard and Marquette City Fire Department were keeping their rescue skills sharp on Lake Superior on Thursday.

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