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Two Generations and $70 Million Later, Muskegon Lake Is Restored
Cleared of pollution and debris, Muskegon again sees lake as…
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As Drought Grips American West, Irrigation Becomes Selling Point for Michigan
Michigan farmers irrigate with 187 billion gallons of groundwater a year. Is the state prepared for more?
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Treaty Rights Acknowledged For First Time in Oil Pipeline’s Controversial History
Michigan’s Indigenous communities hold long-standing legal rights to protect lands and waters.
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As Great Lakes Pummel Michigan, Beach Towns Rush to Set Development Rules
In Great Lakes, the ongoing high water crisis is leading some communities to rethink the policies that put them here.
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2020 Election: Water a Factor in Senate Race in Michigan
A state surrounded by the Great Lakes reckons with aging infrastructure and chemical contamination.
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Michigan Allocates $20 Million to Relieve Customer Water Debts
Michigan is using federal CARES Act funding to help residents pay off past-due water bills that accrued during the pandemic.