It’s hard to believe that we now have to fight to keep our water clean. You’ve got to question the motivations of an administration that seems hell bent on attacking our environment. Opinion: Chris Wood & Collin O’Mara “The Environmental Protection Agency made a startling admission last month when it announced that many of the […]
As water use grows and our aquatic habitats need greater care than ever, anglers and the general public are being invited to give their views and ideas in a nationwide Environment Agency consultation. Here’s what you need to know. As anglers, we know only too well how important rivers and lakes are. But the freshwater […]
The House of Representatives passed on Tuesday the Coastal and Great Lakes Communities Enhancement Act (H.R. 729).
A repeat post from long ago, a reminder that severe weather has been with us for a long time, particularly since this November’s severe weather has once again triggered the climate alarmists … I’m sure most of you have heard of the 1975 Great Lakes storm that brought down the ship, S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald, that […]
Great Lakes ice coverage is hovering along a record low for this time in the winter season. At the same time, Lakes Michigan and Huron have broken records for high water levels last set 33 years ago.
(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF TRAVEL TRIVIA) 3 Things You Never Knew About the Great Lakes The Great Lakes—Superior, Erie, Michigan, Huron, and Ontario—are home to one-fifth of the freshwater surface on Earth. Formed 14,000 years ago, with coastlines stretching more than 10,000 miles, they feature a lot of liquid and beachfront real estate for locals, […]
“I live just a few blocks from Lake Michigan and I’m not sure I would have move back to Wisconsin after living in Utah and Idaho after college if it the lake wasn’t here,” says Dan Egan, a senior water policy fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences. “Milwaukee wouldn’t be Milwaukee without Lake Michigan.”