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Wednesday 6/1/2011

  • Richard E. Jennings, 1945-2011
  • Lake Michigan tragedy reminds public of danger
  • Lake Huron salmon fishery decline is a learning moment for others
  • Group to track walleye in St. Marys
  • Elementary School Students Build their own 24 foot Birch Bark Voyageur Canoe
  • New York moves to ban dumping sewage from boats
  • Montreal to build waterfront beach
  • World's only recreation of 3-masted Great Lakes schooner returns to Milwaukee

Friday 5/27/2011

  • Great Lakes Water Levels
  • Ten teams ready for Chicago Match Race Center Spring Invitational
  • Boaters: Tips For Preparing For Summer Lightning Storms
  • Five Fun Things to do in Michigan This Weekend 5/27 – 5/30
  • Montreal to build waterfront beach
  • Don't eat fish from certain St. Clair Shores canals, state advises
  • Coast Guard, OEMC share boating safety tips
  • Future still in doubt as S.S. Badger sets sail
  • Lorain County to get money from Lake Erie wind turbines
  • ‘Adopt-a-Beach' targets Great Lakes shorelines
  • Drowning Doesn’t Look Like You Think It Does

Monday 5/16/2011

  • Rain Barrels
  • The Lake Ontario Cup – Kingston Life
  • Mackinac Island: Forgotten in time?
  • Proposal would make it easier to retrieve sunken logs in Michigan
  • Health detectives search for source of Michigan beach contamination
  • Taking advantage of Lake Michigan

Friday 5/13/2011

  • Karma Yacht Sales Co-Founder selected US Sailing's "Sailor of the Week"
  • MBIA Shocked by USCG Misguided and Damaging Advertising Campaign
  • Victorian Princess owner vows to continue operating in Erie
  • NY warns anglers to watch for stirring sturgeon
  • Ohio anglers encouraged to participate in survey
  • Feds demand Chicago River cleanup
  • Survey wants your opinion on Lake Superior access

Tuesday 5/10/2011

  • Bay City sailors, DNR rescue injured bald eagle on Saginaw River
  • On the trail
  • Resurgence of native Great Lakes fish welcomed
  • Windmills draw eyes along Lake St. Clair
  • DNR paying anglers $100 for landing tagged walleye

Friday 5/4/2011

  • Setting sail under cloud of uncertainty
  • Focus on future of river
  • Bob Heathcote Wins Lansing Regatta & Clinic
  • Huron River Watershed Council hopes 100-mile water trail will boost river tourism
  • EDITORIAL: More bad news on Asian carp front
  • Standing against Ending Taxpayer Subsidies for Yachts Act
  • COMMENTARY: Trout fisheries threatened by climate change
  • July Match Race Clinic (for Melges Owners)
  • H2ONotes Needs your Support!

Monday 5/2/2011

  • How close are Asian carp getting to the Great Lakes? We track them
  • New "Boating Simulator" Lets You Boat Anytime
  • Recreational boating industry sees more signs of recovery
  • Minnesota anglers want waterfall altered; DNR says no
  • Great Lakes boats sales better than U.S.
  • Crombie still sees magic in Toronto's waterfront

Friday 4/29/2011

  • Belle Isle Revealed
  • Plans for water trail in works
  • Piping plover spotted at Presque Isle State Park
  • Sunken Muskegon lumber schooner returns home, in an exhibit
  • MNR hopes anglers get hooked on new online tool
  • Michigan restricts phosphorous; dead zones remain a mystery

Monday 4/25/2011

  • Boaters on Maumee River question intensity of patrols
  • Sign of spring: Twin Ports birders hit the beach
  • Water walk from Gulf to Lake Superior gets media attention
  • Guiding vessels for more than a century
  • Ludington, Manistee awash in old-fashioned charm
  • Could gas prices sink boating?
  • Lake Superior levels unusually low, impacts shipping

Thursday 4/21/2011

  • The name is Bond, Bond Falls
  • Deal reached to keep Alpena harbor open for year
  • Collapse of Lake Huron salmon fishery offers lessons
  • Health concerns after the oil spill
  • Great Lakes beach cleanups get started
  • Ontario Parks Rolls out a Learn to Camp Program Aimed at New Canadians
  • Boaters Are Keeping Their Butts Out of the Water

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