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      Great Lakes News Collaborative

      The Great Lakes region is frequently touted as one of the most climate-resilient places in the U.S., in no small part because of its enviable water resources. But climate change also threatens water quality, availability, and aging water infrastructure by exposing existing vulnerabilities and creating new ones. In this series, members of the Great Lakes News Collaborative explore what it may take to prepare the Great Lakes region for the future climatologists say we can expect.

      Funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the collaborative’s four nonprofit newsrooms — Bridge Michigan, Circle of Blue, Great Lakes Now at DPTV and Michigan Radio — aims to elevate discussion, amplify the voice of Michigan residents and produce action that protects the region’s waters for future generations. While Mott provides financial support, our public service journalism is produced independently.

      This independent journalism is supported by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.

      In Chicago, flooding overwhelmingly strikes communities of color

      Jun 29, 2021
      J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

      In the early 1970s, Chicago embarked on one of the region’s most ambitious and expensive infrastructure projects to date: the Tunnel and Reservoir Project or “Deep Tunnel,” a massive storage system that will be able to hold more than 20 billion gallons of water when it’s finished in 2029.?

      Michigan’s climate-ready future: wetland parks, less cement, roomy shores

      Jun 9, 2021
      J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

      What does Michigan’s future look like if we adequately prepare the state’s water resources for climate change? Goodbye to septics and shorehugging homes. Hello to more diversified crops on Michigan farms.

      The year is 2050, and you’re visiting family in Detroit.

      Arriving, you grab coffee on the ground floor of a nine-floor building filled with offices and apartments, designed to house a growing Great Lakes city without pushing out longtime residents.

      Around the corner, people gather for walks and picnics in a wetland park, one of dozens constructed around the city. With their wet meadows, flowers and gently winding trails, the parks absorb rainwater from frequent storms, reduce water treatment costs and alleviate the basement backups of water and sewage that once plagued Detroit.

      Green Infrastructure: Cities around the Great Lakes plan for a changing future

      May 19, 2021
      Courtesy: City of Detroit

      Water ran from a fire hydrant, down the street and into a recently redesigned street median in Detroit last week.

      It was both unassuming and a demonstration of the city’s single largest investment in green stormwater infrastructure: infrastructure that uses natural processes like the ability of soil and plants to filter and store water. The 10 reworked street medians on Oakman Boulevard will help manage?37.3 million gallons of stormwater a year, easing the burden on the city’s wastewater system and reduce basement flooding.

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      On Thursday, environmental groups and Native Americans plan to present Enbridge Energy with symbolic eviction notices. They want Enbridge to abide by Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s order to shut down Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac.

      Michigan vows to seek Line 5 profits if Enbridge defies shutdown order

      May 11, 2021
      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      If Line 5 is still pumping petroleum through the Straits of Mackinac on Thursday, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has notified Enbridge Energy, she will consider all resulting profits to be property of the state of Michigan.

      Great Lakes water diversions could be more numerous

      May 11, 2021
      J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

      When Monica Evans gets together with her friends they talk economics, politics, the weather. They also discuss a subject that arises periodically in the news - the prospect that Great Lakes water could be diverted to other parts of the country.?

      Evans, who is known in the Traverse City region as an effective environmental activist, has long worried that water could become in the 21st century what oil was in the 20th. As the global climate warms and water scarcity mounts, Great Lakes water is more valuable than ever before.?

      On eve of Line 5 shutdown deadline, Enbridge vows to defy Michigan order

      May 11, 2021
      Courtesy: Whitney Gravelle

      Enbridge Energy technically has one more day to shut down the Line 5 pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac, but even the pipeline’s most vocal opponents acknowledge slim odds that the oil actually stops flowing right away.

      Kelly House / Bridge Michigan

      Microplastic pollution has been building up in the Great Lakes for?at least four decades, but our understanding of its impact on fish and other aquatic creatures is only just catching up.

      Now?new research?from the University of Toronto shows the harm to wildlife is due to a wide range of factors that is not generally considered in toxicology testing – the plastics’ size, shape and chemical makeup.

      Flooding tells 'two different stories' in Michigan

      Apr 28, 2021
      Courtesy: Mike Bach

      Access to ample water supplies could make Michigan a climate refuge. That scenario is attracting considerable attention in the Great Lakes State.

      But climate change also is disrupting the earth’s meteorological cycles. Which means more fierce Great Lakes region storms and more floods.

      The consequences are not evenly distributed. Or, in the words of Jeremy Porter, the head of research and development at First Street Foundation, a Brooklyn-based research group, flooding tells “two different stories.”?

      Michigan's rural water systems confront generations of inadequate investment

      Apr 19, 2021
      J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

      • Building, maintaining, and operating a water and sewer system is generally the most expensive item on a small town’s budget.
      • The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Water and Waste Disposal Program is a lifeline for rural communities, providing Michigan towns with $963.8 million in loans and $307.1 million in grants between January 2008 and November 2020.
      • The affordability of rural water service is a “monstrous elephant in the room” when it comes to long-term rural financial viability.

      A big fight in Lansing over fishing rules on the Great Lakes

      Apr 15, 2021
      Kelly House / Bridge Michigan

      Dana Serafin still hauls in 20,000-pound boatloads of whitefish to supply regional restaurants and markets, but in recent years, the Saginaw Bay fisherman has found it more difficult to fill his orders.

      Native whitefish, the main livelihood for Serafin and other Great Lakes commercial fishers, have been in decline for years amid changes to the food web, replaced in Serafin’s nets by healthier populations of walleye and lake trout that he’s not allowed to keep.

      Mark Edlund / St. Croix Watershed Research Station, Science Museum of MN

      Right now, scientists are on a ship taking samples and measurements of the Great Lakes. They’re trying to determine how the lakes will fare this year and watching for trends.

      One trend, the warming climate, could mean changes for the base of the food web in the lakes. But, the researchers are not yet sure what those changes might be.

      Report: Lake Michigan is 'running a fever.' More storms, less fish possible.

      Apr 2, 2021
      Courtesy: NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory

      Diminished surface ice is just the beginning: Climate change is warming Lake Michigan and other big lakes all the way down to their chilly depths, according to new federal research.

      In a first-of-its kind study, scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory have used the only known long-term dataset of deep-lake temperatures to determine that Lake Michigan’s temperature is slowly increasing over the past 30 years.

      Is the Line 5 tunnel a bridge to Michigan's energy future or a bad deal?

      Apr 1, 2021
      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      As Canadian officials lobbied a Michigan Senate committee in March to keep the Line 5 pipeline open, Sen. Winnie Brinks (D-Grand Rapids) grew frustrated with a conversation that, up to that point, had focused mainly on the immediate economic and safety implications of a possible shutdown.

      In flooded Michigan neighborhoods, who should pay for sea walls?

      Mar 30, 2021
      Kelly House / Bridge Michigan

      The floodwaters have receded from Jefferson Chalmers for now, but evidence of the neighborhood’s recent crisis is hard to miss:

      Dried algae on the sidewalks. Appliances bolted to basement walls to keep them dry. Water lines on the sides of buildings. And massive orange “tiger dams” snaking through backyards, waiting for the water to rise again.

      The neighborhood — a labyrinth of canals leading to the Detroit River on the city’s far east side — is often called Detroit’s version of Venice. But for the past two summers, as Great Lakes water levels reached record highs, it has looked more like a floodplain.

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      Climate change in the Great Lakes region means more intense storms. Already some towns are finding they’re flooding where they never have before. One city in Michigan is finding the solution is nature.

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      Midland and other cities were hit hard by a flood caused by heavy rains and the failure of a weak dam.

      More than 2,500 homes were damaged. There was an estimated $245 million dollars in property damage.

      If that flood happened a few years ago, the damage could have been worse. But, there’s been a change. One thousand acres of restored wetlands helped reduce the severity of that flood.

      ? Photo by Whitney Gravelle

      Michigan's Indigenous communities hold long-standing legal right to protect lands and waters.

      On any given day, Jacques LeBlanc Jr. spends as many as 14 hours on the water catching whitefish. Out on his boat by the time the sun breaks the horizon over the Great Lakes, he moves between Michigan, Huron, and Superior for the best spots. In this part of northern Michigan, at the eastern end of the Upper Peninsula, fishing is a staple of LeBlanc’s Bay Mills Indian Community, one of the Sault Ste. Marie bands of Chippewa.

      Deep below the cold, dark surface of Lake Superior, sensors strung like pearls along a vertical steel cable sway with the currents. Recording the lake’s dropping temperatures as winter sets in, their gentle rhythm belies their worrying readings: the lake is getting warmer.

      Too few farmers are curbing pollution in Lake Erie. Should they be forced?

      Mar 9, 2021
      Dale Young / Bridge Michigan

      As climate change complicates Lake Erie's algae problem, scientists say farmer must do far more to reduce phosphorus runoff. But will enough farmers change their ways without a government mandate?

      Rights vs. Regulations: Property rights big barrier to septic system codes

      Mar 2, 2021
      Soil Science via Flickr, CC BY 2.0

      In Michigan, with public health departments fully occupied with COVID-19, septic systems have been pushed back as a priority.

      But even before COVID-19, it wasn’t much of a priority in the Legislature, because the last time an attempt was made to get Michigan statewide regulations for septic systems was in 2018.

      Mussel-Phosphorus puzzle: Invasive mussels are reshaping the chemistry of the Great Lakes

      Feb 26, 2021
      D. Jude / University of Michigan via NOAA/GLERL Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0

      Since the late 1980s, four of the five Great Lakes have played host to an increasing number of invasive mussels. First came zebra mussels, followed shortly thereafter by quagga mussels, both members of the Dreissenid family whose native range includes the waters around Ukraine.

      Today, the filter-feeders comprise more than 90% of the total animal biomass of the Great Lakes (barring Lake Superior,?whose depth and water chemistry make it a less suitable habitat for the two species of mussel).

      30 years later: Mussel invasion legacy reaches far beyond Great Lakes

      Feb 26, 2021
      Bob Nichols / USDA

      The way J. Ellen Marsden remembers it, when she first suggested calling a new Great Lakes invasive species the quagga mussel, her colleague laughed, so the name stuck.

      At the same time, it was no laughing matter. The arrival of a second non-native mussel, related to the already established zebra mussel, was a major complication in what was becoming one of the most significant invasive species events in American history.

      “PFAS in the House” was produced by Great Lakes Now/Detroit Public TV, in partnership with Type Investigations.

      After spending several months reporting on the PFAS crisis, an alarming realization hit — taco night might be poisoning me.

      I learned that the type of nonstick pans that I used to fry the fish usually contain the toxic chemicals, also called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. Research alerted me to their use in some types of parchment paper used to roll tortillas, while the aluminum foil in which I wrapped leftovers raised a red flag with its “nonstick” label. For dessert, I purchased cookies that a local bakery packed in the type of paper bags sometimes treated with PFAS, and the chemicals may have been in my tap water and fish.

      Road Salt: Researchers look at vegetables and juices for alternatives to salt

      Feb 18, 2021
      Kathy Johnson / Great Lakes Now, Detroit Public TV

      Salt-speckled sidewalks, driveways and highways are synonymous with winter in the Great Lakes region. But while road salt is highly effective at deicing surfaces, the safety that salt provides for humans places a heavy burden on freshwater ecosystems.

      “We have an unhealthy addiction to road salt,” said Claire Oswald, a hydrologist and associate professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio


      Invasive mussels now control key Great Lakes nutrients, threatening fish

      Feb 16, 2021

      The stunning beauty of Lake Michigan’s crystal clear water draws comparisons to the French Riviera.?

      But to Dustin Van Orman, it’s a hideous sight.

      Van Orman, whose family owns Mackinaw City’s Big Stone Bay Fishery, knows that the clearer the water gets, the scarcer whitefish and chubs become.?

      PFAS is in fish and wildlife. Researchers prowl Michigan for clues.

      Feb 16, 2021
      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      J.D. Hock’s heart sank in 2018, when the state of Michigan warned it was unsafe to eat deer harvested within a five-mile radius of Clark’s Marsh in Oscoda Township.

      For decades, his family had hunted on property just outside?the “do not eat” zone. He had just mailed “an insane amount” of venison jerky to his son-in-law, an armed service member in Afghanistan.

      Water could make Michigan a climate refuge. Are we prepared?

      Feb 16, 2021
      ? J. Carl Ganter / Circle of Blue

      Intrigued by warming winters, researchers from the University of Michigan set out in 1989 to formally measure?changes in the geographical distribution of plants and animals?in the dense pine and hardwood forests of northern Michigan.?

      Their laboratory, the university’s 10,000-acre Biological Station east of Petoskey, had advanced forestry and natural sciences since the field station’s founding in 1909. Few projects, though, attracted the same level of attention as the migration research.?

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      It’s freezing outside and Larry Scheer is in neoprene chest waders kicking up sediment in Boyden Creek near Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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