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Grand Traverse: A Great Lakes Reef Restoration
Scientists from The Nature Conservancy, Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Central Michigan University are working together to lower approximately 450 tons of specially selected rocks into Grand Traverse Bay near Elk Rapids, Mich., to rebuild a reef to help rehabilitate populations of native fish.


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Michigan plan to deregulate chemicals upsets environmentalists
Great Lakes Echo (11/25)
The debate about environmental justice has grown more serious in Michigan after the Department of Environment Quality recently proposed deregulating 500 chemicals.

Eagle Marsh berm nears completion
The Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette (11/25)
Construction of an Asian carp barrier at Eagle Marsh in Fort Wayne, Ind., is nearly finished, just months after the federal project was literally stuck in the mud.

Six-month water level predictions illustrate Great Lakes complexity
Great Lakes Echo (11/25)
Recently released Great Lakes water level predictions have Superior, Michigan and Huron on the same page. But Erie and Ontario flow to the beat of a different drum.

Living Lab: Science a constant at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Traverse City Record-Eagle (11/25)
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore near Traverse City, Mich., is a playground for 1.4 million visitors each year. To scientists, itís a living laboratory.

MSU conference explores need for greater international cooperation to protect vital global watersheds
MLive (11/25)
A recent Michigan State University workshop focused on water rights and improving cross-border policies for the protection of the great waters of the world.

Crew draws toxic cargo from sunken Lake Erie barge thought to be Argo
The Plain Dealer (11/24)
Crews continue to remove toxic chemicals from the sunken Lake Erie barge thought to be the long-lost Argo.

Cuomo reaches deal to keep open Alcoa plant in upstate New York
The New York Times (11/24)
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that the state of New York had come to an agreement to keep open an Alcoa plant on the St. Lawrence River after promising the company nearly $70 million in state subsidies.

Coal piles disappear as Valley power plant completes conversion to gas
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (11/24)
After burning coal in the Menomonee Valley for nearly 50 years, We Energies has completed the $62 million conversion of its Milwaukee, Wis., power plant to cleaner-burning natural gas instead.

Miller Ferry will stay open until the ice develops
WTVG-TV - Toledo, OH (11/24)
The Miller Ferry, which provides transportation to and from the Lake Erie islands, will start its extended schedule later this week for the winter season.

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