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January 2018

Boating Association of Ohio

Forecast: Great Lakes’ water levels keep rising

Scientists leading algae fight

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Swapping stormwater stories

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Ohio Clean Marinas program recognizes Lorain marinas

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Local agencies want federal tools with teeth to tackle Lake Erie pollution

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Water quality stirred up again

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Scientist found life voyage on Brig Niagara

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Research aims to predict algae blooms on lakes, rivers

February 2018   Weakening of bird protections has no "significant  impact" on Lake Erie wind project, developers say

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Feds add $20M to fight against invasive Asian carp in the Great Lakes

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Salt, the solution to winter's dangers, threatens US waters

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Waves can send algal bloom toxins airborne, researchers say

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Invasive Plants in Ohio

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10 things you didn't know about Great Lakes ice: On the Radar with Kelly Reardon (video)

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Annual Ohio Clean Marinas Conference Coming in February

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TMACOG's meeting Monday focused on Lake Erie

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Judge to decide if Lake Erie impaired

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Gov. Rick Snyder creates interstate partnership to protect Great Lakes from Asian carp

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Legal experts question Trump admin tactics on WOTUS

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Ohio joins partnership in support of Army Corps of Engineers plan to block Asian carp from Great Lakes

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Feds on hook for more money in fight against Asian carp

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New leadership for the Great Lakes in 2018

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Drinking water quality on the line with new Farm Bill

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Conservancy acquires Bay Point Sandbar

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers publishes request for proposals for beneficial use of dredged materials

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Commentary: Rust Belt no more: Chicago should be capital of the Water Belt

March 2018

Boating Association of Ohio

Canadians offer plan to battle harmful algae blooms

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Judge to hear arguments in Clean Lake Erie lawsuit

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Sandusky Bay Initiative approved 

 

 

Arndt, Gardner laud state funding plans for Lake Erie

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Capital bill includes money to help lake

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Federal plan calls for phosphorus reductions to improve Lake Erie
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Great Lakes advocates hit D.C. to pitch for funding and priorities

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Great Lakes advocates hit D.C. to pitch for funding and priorities

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Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Funds Additional
Research to Address Algal Bloom Impacts on Ohio

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NMMA

Boaters, E15, and Biobutanol topic of discussion during House
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Help Educate Public about Proper Boat Fuel - Free ‘Look Before
You Pump’ Hangtags Available

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Boating Association of Ohio

EPA plan seeks cuts in phosphorus pollution that causes algae masses in Lake Erie

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Lake Erie rescue plan needs teeth

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TMACOG panel looks to Ohio-Israel initiative for clean water practices

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Biologists eye two algae toxins in Sandusky Bay

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Bipartisan bill tackles conservation reform

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Farmers' help sought in reducing algal blooms

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Did a Hundred Homeowners Just Change the Great Lakes Forever?

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The Great Lakes, the budget, and you

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Lake Erie solution proposed

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Algal blooms are not going away

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What will Lake Erie's impairment mean for northwest Ohio

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Erie County streams show slightly better water quality

   

Rep. Arndt, Sen. Gardner propose clean water initiatives for Lake Erie

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County, Corps team up to install sewers, halt Lake Erie pollution

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Great Lakes Commission hires new executive director

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Spending bill before Congress would keep $300 million for Great Lakes programs

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Government agencies collaborate to restore coastal wetlands in the Great Lakes

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NMMA

President Signs Omnibus Spending Legislation, Includes Wins for Recreational Boating

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Boating Association of Ohio

'Root' of the problem: Soil structure called vital to clean water

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How A $10 Million Competition Based In South Florida Takes Aim At Algae Blooms Worldwide

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Letter: State drags feet on contaminated lake

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Another reason green lakes are not a good sign

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More money for sea lanpreys in the omnibus bill

 

 

How the Lake Erie Foundation is trying to fix the harmful algae bloom problem

April 2018

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Water prize seeks to find way to reduce phosphorus

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Army Corps of Engineers dredging plan draws sharp rebuke from Toledo residents

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Wisconsin Sea Grant awards $2.8M for Great Lakes research, outreach projects

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Where's Rosie? Akron's tunnel-boring machine moves sewer project steadily ahead (photos)

    The Great Lakes Are Filling Up With Giant Green Blobs
   

The Great Lakes’ plastic problem, and how we can clean up the beaches

    Pollution changing fish in 16 rivers all reaching the Great Lakes
    Ohio EPA addressing river nutrients
    High Lake Erie water levels are sparing recreational harbors from dredging: Army Corps of Engineers
    High levels of phosphorus heading to Lake Erie
    Millions of seeds dropped into Mentor Marsh State Nature Preserve as part of ongoing restoration
    With EPA Under Scrutiny, Will Great Lakes Get Forgotten?
    Prairie grass could play role in curbing harmful algal blooms
    Foundation to hold conference on health of Lake Erie

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Researchers Race to Thwart Toxic Algae Outbreaks

 

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Preserve the Great Lakes ecosystem

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Conservation groups rip Great Lakes shipping bill, worried invasive species will be dumped

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U.S. Senate voting this week on looser rules for Great Lakes ships dumping ballast water

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U.S. Senate blocks Great Lakes ballast water bill; shipping officials vow to try again

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Nonpoint sources again dominate nutrient pollution numbers in new statewide algae report

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Pesticides aim to kill sea lampreys

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Senate blocks bill dealing with invasive species

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Study: Little progress made in curbing nutrients feeding algal blooms

May 2018

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Ohio EPA explains its decision to list Lake Erie impaired

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Ohio has ‘long way to go’ to solve Lake Erie’s algae problem, state officials say

   

Fertilizer runoff into Lake Erie unchanged after billions spent

    Kapszukiewicz goes after Farm Bureau and legislature at algae conference
    Gardner, Arndt introduce two bills to help Lake Erie
    Lake Erie Conservation News Ohio EPA wants farm regs; Brown, Portman seek full GLRI funding
    Clean Lake 2020 Plan gets bi-partisan support
    Microplastics can harm creatures at the bottom of the food web
    Howard Marsh a new jewel for birders, paddlers, hikers and anglers
    First-of-the-spring Lake Erie harmful algal bloom forecast is fuzzy, but includes gloomy possibilities
    Portman-led investigation finds Army Corps angled for Lake Erie dumping
    Farm Runoff in U.S. Waters Has Hit Crisis Levels. Are Farmers Ready to Change?

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Water monitoring buoys launched in Lake Erie

. . Could artificial intelligence help scientists fight toxic blooms in the Great Lakes?
. . Proposed bills would fund runoff reduction efforts for Lake Erie
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