Respect the water

2024-05-21T16:13:28-04:00

A message about the power of water.

Respect the water2024-05-21T16:13:28-04:00

How the EPA’s latest ruling targets forever chemicals

2024-05-21T16:07:49-04:00

In April 2024, the EPA announced the establishment of the first-ever nationwide, legally enforceable drinking water standards to protect communities from six PFAS chemicals in their drinking water. Swim Drink Fish investigates what this means.

How the EPA’s latest ruling targets forever chemicals2024-05-21T16:07:49-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: Removing roadblocks for Highway 413

2024-04-24T17:57:19-04:00

Plus: Superior effort removes more than 10 tons of plastic from the Great Lakes and Fourth round of UN plastics treaty negotiations in Ottawa this week

Watershed Wednesday: Removing roadblocks for Highway 4132024-04-24T17:57:19-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: NPLSF launches project for net-zero energy consumption

2024-04-04T11:06:59-04:00

Plus: new hydrogen facility sparks concern within Akwesasne, lower-than-usual water levels amount to higher-than-usual dead fish along the St. Lawrence River but a strong start for baby sturgeon in Windsor.

Watershed Wednesday: NPLSF launches project for net-zero energy consumption2024-04-04T11:06:59-04:00

Watershed Wednesday: Get outta ma swamp!

2024-03-20T19:47:34-04:00

Plus: A glimmer of hope for communities struggling without clean drinking water, NOAA receives major funding for future water level forecasting research, and a symphony of cicadas

Watershed Wednesday: Get outta ma swamp!2024-03-20T19:47:34-04:00

Still is still moving

2024-03-20T12:02:22-04:00

Reflections on the first signs of spring from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Still is still moving2024-03-20T12:02:22-04:00

The heartbreaking decline of Great Lakes ice cover

2024-05-21T16:05:47-04:00

The story of two intrepid explorers crossing the Georgian Bay on foot during a freeze-up that may never return.

The heartbreaking decline of Great Lakes ice cover2024-05-21T16:05:47-04:00