What's New on GLIN Investigating Great Lakes coastal issues Michigan Sea Grant supports research teams that study an array of issues affecting the Great Lakes and Michiganís coastal areas, bringing together teams from Michigan universities, and where possible, leveraging active research programs conducted by federal and state agencies.
Saugeen man on the water for water Sun Times (6/24) A Saugeen First Nation man has embarked on a month-long canoe trip to raise awareness about the importance of conserving and preserving water. His journey started north of Sarnia and will take him to Sault Ste. Marie.
No day at the beach when it comes to bacteria WKBW-TV - Buffalo, NY (6/23) When it pours, treatment plants discharge gallons of sewage into the Great Lakes. More than 24 billion gallons of sewage is dumped every year, but municipalities are making efforts to improve the amount of sewage discharge in the lakes.
Gordie Howe International Bridge project stalled Windsor Star (6/23) Questions are being asked about progress on the Gordie Howe International Bridge project, which appears to have come to a halt. But Despite the projectís slow place, the goal remains 2020 for the bridge to open.
Vote could launch large seawall investment in Duluth Duluth News Tribune (6/23) In Minnesota, the Duluth City Council will be asked to authorize an investment of more than $434,000 in design work that could guide the city in repairing and replacing failing seawalls.
Wind towers setting sail in Manitowoc Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter (6/19) One of the largest industrial products to leave Manitowocís harbor in decades, wind tower segments, is slated to set sail in the coming days.