Plus: Focusing in on fish activity in the Great Lakes: fisheries researchers use GoPros to monitor fish activity, and First Nations fear water woes with Ring of Fire development
Plus: Trailblazing across borders and warm winter weather suspends wold hunt
Plus: A new home for Parks Canada and winter outdoor enthusiasts on thin ice.
Plus: AI caribou to lead researchers new archeological sites at the bottom of Lake Huron and the Great Lakes forecast: cloudy with a chance of climate change
Plus: State and federal government investigate ‘significant’ oil spill in Saginaw County Michigan and some slippery business with American eels.
Watershed Wednesday: Dr. Susan Chiblow announced as the newest Canadian Commissioner for the International Joint Commission2024-01-24T17:21:39-05:00
Plus: the construction of a new low-level radioactive waste disposal facility and the revelation of historical artefacts beneath Lake Erie.
Plus: Toxic sand in Lake Superior, fish leather, and an invitation to the Porcupine Mountains.
Plus: Nearly $5000 raised in Grandma Gail's Polar Plunge, Canada goslings in December, and the creation of a UNESCO Global Geopark.
Plus: NOAA's new watershed education and training funding opportunity for Indigenous communities
Plus: the return of the American marten at Madeline Island and Bill C-61 - An Act respecting water, source water, drinking water, wastewater and related infrastructure on First Nation lands.