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Author to discuss ecology of Great Lakes at Barrington Area Library

A reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and author is coming to the Barrington Area Library to talk the history and ecology of the Great Lakes. Dan Egan will be discussing and then signing his book, “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes,” from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Barrington Area Library, […]

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The White Whale for Great Lakes Shipwreck Hunters by Sarah Kramer, Bryce Gray, Lizz Giordano, and Anne Arntson

Inside the consuming obsession with finding the 300-year-old Griffon.  Read more…

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Great Lakes sailing jobs explored as post-high-school alternative by MLive.com

MUSKEGON, MI – When one door closes, another one opens. That’s the case for North Muskegon senior Christian Berends, who wanted nothing more than to enlist in the U.S. Navy after high school, but was turned away due to his poor eyesight. Instead of giving up on his dream to travel the world and the […]

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Why Lake Superior Is the Country’s Most Overlooked Playground by Outsideonline.com

Famously cold and frighteningly massive, Lake Superior contains 10 percent of the world’s surface freshwater, holds the remains of 6,000 shipwrecks, and offers a lifetime of adventure. Stephanie Pearson sets out to circumnavigate America’s most overlooked playground.  Read more…

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Great Lakes water temperatures have flatlined

Water temperatures on the surface of the Great Lakes haven’t warmed as fast as usual in recent weeks, due to cooler than normal temperatures. The much warmer than normal water temperatures this winter and spring have now been held back to near normal temperatures. Several Great Lakes have even dipped to below normal surface water […]

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