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WaterSense Hotel Challenge

8/21/2018
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Applying best practices can help hotels save water. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Putting down roots

8/20/2018
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Grass carp, a variety of Asian Carp, have been appearing in the Great Lakes for decades. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Getting the drift

8/17/2018
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When plastic ends up in the Great Lakes, it’s carried away on currents. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Tale of two countries

8/16/2018
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The U.S. and Canada rebuilt differently after a natural disaster. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Microbes on meds

8/15/2018
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When traces of human medication end up in the water, microbes at the bottom of the food web are affected. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Climate change in the Great Lakes

8/14/2018
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Communities in the region are already experiencing many climate change impacts. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Bringing back First Nation traditions

8/13/2018
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Metis youth spent months in a canoe following the path their ancestors took through the Great Lakes. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Watermarks

8/10/2018
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Artists are raising water awareness through physical markers. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Leaky pipes

8/9/2018
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Aging pipes in Milwaukee are leaking wastewater into the ground before it reaches the treatment plant. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Good fences-good water

8/8/2018
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Fencing their cattle out of streams and ponds is one thing farmers can do to protect local water. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Clean water is good for business

8/7/2018
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Members of the Great Lakes Business Network work to protect the Great Lakes. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Blazing trails in Michigan

8/6/2018
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Marked water trails in this state make it easy for people to give paddling a try. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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High and low water

8/3/2018
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When the water on a lake shore is allowed to fluctuate, it can nourish wetland habitats that benefit people and wildlife. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Good algae

8/2/2018
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Algae that looks like matted, green hair might look like a swamp monster, but it can be beneficial to the ecosystem. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Loads of Litter

8/1/2018
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A significant amount of the trash tossed in coastal communities ends up in the water. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Breakwalls

7/31/2018
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Breakwalls can do more than protect a harbor from waves. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Bridging the divide

7/30/2018
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One specialist says urban and rural stakeholders must work together to ensure clean water for all. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Invasive Eurasian ruffe

7/27/2018
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This aggressive little fish is causing trouble in Lake Superior. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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The softer side of the Muskegon lake shoreline

7/26/2018
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Muskegon used to be known as the Lumber Queen of the Midwest. Now conservationists are replacing the industrial shoreline with meadows. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Mapping what lies beneath

7/25/2018
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One graduate student is using sonar to map the Milwaukee harbor. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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