What's New on GLIN Great Lakes Water Conference Safe drinking water will be the focus of the 16th annual Great Lakes Water Conference on Friday, November 4 at the University of Toledo College of Law. Titled “Safe Drinking Water: A Tale of Three Cities,” the conference will address the diverse drinking water challenges faced by Flint, Michigan; Toledo, Ohio; and Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Muskie population to be surveyed The Associated Press (10/25) Michigan fishery managers are preparing for the second year of an annual survey to track the muskellunge population in Lake St.Clair.
Lake Erie meeting to probe briny seas Toledo Blade (10/25) In Ohio, a scientist who made history by filming the first giant squid in its natural habitat will present at the Rotary Club of Toledo’s second-annual western Lake Erie water conference.
Superior is a good companion for the rugged Upper Peninsula Toledo Blade (10/25) With its unusual weather patterns, long stretches of nothing but nature and its ability to provide the clean and clear aspect of the outdoors in unlimited quantities, Lake Superior complements well the rugged nature of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
What it takes to keep Duluth's lighthouses shining KBJR-TV- Duluth, MN (10/24) The three lighthouses in Duluth’s shipping canal are more than tourist attractions, they’re a part of the city’s history, but with new navigational tools, these beacons don’t shine quite as brightly anymore.
Lake Erie Bluffs offers free observation tower, spectacular views Cleveland Plain Dealer (10/24) Rising 50 feet above the bluff line along the Lake Erie shore, the observation tower at Lake Erie Bluffs in the Lake Metroparks system offers brilliant views of fall foliage in the surrounding forest and a seemingly endless view of the lake.