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Thousands of ducks, gulls and other birds fly in from Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Newfoundland and the Arctic to winter on Lake Erie and other Great Lakes.

Experts in climate, law and policy discussed impacts climate change has on the Great Lakes and recent developments in climate law and policy in the University of Toledo College of Law’s recent “Climate Change and the Great Lakes” conference.

The Great Lakes Commission has awarded nearly $900,000 in grants to seven local organizations to reduce pollutants into the Great Lakes.

Half of the new salmon entered into the lake are produced naturally, meaning adult salmon enter tributaries where they spawn, fertilize, and produce eggs.

Conservation-minded groups are reaching out to women farmland owners in the Great Lakes region.

More than $1.3 million is available to agricultural producers and landowners to improve and protect water quality in the Great Lakes Basin.

It’s difficult to tell the strength of ice simply by its appearance, its thickness, the temperature outside or whether or not it’s covered with snow.

Reporter Chris Kick recently toured some Great Lakes energy facilities, to learn about the opportunities and challenges in the region.

MADISON — Invasive species are known for disturbing their new homes. Whether it’s the zebra mussels in the Great Lakes or garlic mustard in...

According to the EPA, toxic releases into surface waters increased from 2010 to 2011.