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River otters are back in the Detroit River for the first time in a century. That means clean-up efforts are working.
“Once oak wilt gets started, it is expensive to successfully manage and will kill all nearby red oaks over time, if untreated,” said James Wieferich, forest health specialist in the DNR’s Forest Resources Division.
As Benton Harbor water cleanup continues, activists want more assurance that tap water is safe to drink through filters. State officials say it is.
Invasive sea lamprey populations are on the rise, posing a threat to the environment and economy—but scientists have a plan.
Cruise lines are back on the Great Lakes. If you want to go, get ready to pay a lot, and get in line.
Flint is on the comeback trail, thanks to new funding that will upgrade the county park at the old Chevy in the Hole with boat launches, play spaces, and an amphitheater.
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