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New paddling guide available for Detroit River
A new user guide makes it easier than ever for outdoor enthusiasts to plan paddling trips along the Detroit Heritage River Water Trail. The 2015 Detroit River Paddling Guide offers detailed descriptions of each launch site, updated information on existing locations, safety suggestions, and resources for local paddling groups.

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This aging oil pipeline is in Great Lakes' 'worst possible place' for a spill
The Huffington Post (5/22)
Environmental activists say Michiganís tourism slogan "Pure MichiganĒ may no longer be accurate unless the state takes stronger action to prevent a 62-year-old oil pipeline from rupturing in a sensitive waterway.

Lake Superior beach made up of ore leftovers opens to public
Minnesota Public Radio (5/22)
A Minnesota beach on Lake Superior that's made up of leftovers from the ore-mining process is officially opening to the public.

Controlling a purple menace
Superior Telegram (5/22)
In order to destroy purple loosestrife on their lakes, volunteers first have to tend it -- coaxing rootstock to grow to a point where its predators (Galerucella beetles) can attack.

Researchers sample Lake Superiorís waters to study lakeís rapid changes
Albert Lea Tribune (5/22)
This week scientists from the University of Minnesota Duluth are trying to figure out why the lake is warming, why surface ice cover is declining and why biological diversity is decreasing to the point where there's less food for fish.

Parts of upper Great Lakes could suit cougars
Great Lakes ECHO (5/22)
Habitat is suitable for cougars to recolonize the Upper Great Lakes region, according to a study out of Michigan Technological University.

Official: Laws a start, but more needed to stop algae
Port Clinton News Herald (5/21)
Farmers are working with Ohio State University to study how phosphorus from the fertilizer they spread on their fields is leaving the soil and getting into streams and rivers that empty into Lake Erie.

Port Huron-to-Mackinac Island Race features several changes
Port Huron Times Herald (5/21)
The Port Huron to Mackinac Sailboat Race is shaping up to be a special event once again this year.

New rule in New York: Donít Tweet your illegal catch
Port Huron Times Herald (5/21)
Don't smile for the camera in New York; under some circumstances that could be an invitation for a visit from a conservation officer and a ticket.

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