Knight Center seeks MSU journalism students for paid reporting positions

By David Poulson Get paid to gain experience reporting on the world’s most important beat. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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A conversation with the kayakers paddling the perimeter of Lake Superior

By Guest Contributor Jim Bailey of Infosuperior spoke with four kayakers who are paddling the perimeter of Lake Superior, and cleaning up beaches, collecting microplastics samples and sauna-hopping along the way. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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Proposed Trump rollback of fuel standards triggers urban health concerns

By Guest Contributor Administration cites safety factor to justify move; Cautious auto industry response. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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Blazing trails – water trails – in Michigan

By Guest Contributor Marked water trails in this state make it easy for people to give paddling a try. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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What’s in your Great Lakes brew?

By Eric Freedman Microplastics detected in the suds of microbrews. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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A Life Without Line 5

By Guest Contributor Could Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and other parts of the state get the propane gas it needs without the Line 5 Pipeline? A new report just released says “yes.” Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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Australia’s Endangered Quolls Get Genetic Boost From Scientists

By By BRITTANY HOPE FLAMIK “What we’re doing is nothing unnatural,” said the author of a study to produce quolls that don’t like the taste of deadly toads. “It’s just matchmaking.” Source: Invasive Species News...

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Sweet historical discoveries at maple sugaring camps

By Eric Freedman Archaeological excavations at four sites in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are shedding new light on historic maple sugaring operations and the people – mostly Native Americans and French-Canadians – who ran them. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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Ideal conditions lead to firefly boom

By Guest Contributor If you’ve been noticing more fireflies in your backyard this summer, you’re not alone. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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Scientists expect Lake Erie’s 2018 algae bloom to be “significant”

By Guest Contributor Charter boat captain says business is down by 25 percent. Source: Great Lakes Echo...

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