Lake Levels Won’t Be Fixed Soon

STURGEON BAY, Wisconsin — Any possible large-scale engineering project that might help raise water levels on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron is decades away, a representative of an international study group says.

Members of the study group, which is looking at lake levels and other issues on the Upper Great Lakes, said that construction of a dam to raise lake levels would face court fights and require the approval of the U.S. and Canadian governments.

Source: Milwaukee Hournal Sentinel

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