The great algae problem on Lake Erie – caused by fertilizer, solved by time and effort
On the western edge of Lake Erie is a green, oily sludge that comes out regularly every summer and lasts into the first month of fall. It’s an issue that will require regional collaboration to solve. Read the full story by WJBK – TV – Detroit, MI.
Trees please: A move to reforest formerly redlined Great Lakes cities
Urban areas are getting hotter. Trees can help. The post Trees please: A move to reforest formerly redlined Great Lakes cities first appeared on Great Lakes Echo.