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Michigan oil and gas association works to improve economic and environmental stability
MLive (10/29)
President and CEO of Michigan Oil and Gas Association speaks about the impact of oil and natural gas on Michigan's economy and the ever-controversial topic of hydraulic fracturing.

Lake Huron shoreline erosion now a concern
Blackburn News (10/29)
Rising Lake Huron water levels raise shoreline erosion concerns for nearshore communities.

Work progresses on Marysville, Mich. shoreline
The Times Herald (10/28)
Shoreline restoration at Marysville Mich.'s Chrysler Beach, one of three environmental projects in the city, will be completed by the end of April.

Grand Calumet River sees results of cleanup
The Times (10/27)
East Chicago City Planner Richard Morrisroe's son once thought if he fell out of a canoe on the Grand Calumet River, he'd be a goner. Now, he can envision future generations canoeing on the river without fear thanks to a multi-agency remediation project decades in the making.

Freshwater Summit to address Great Lakes issues
Grand Traverse Insider (10/26)
Speakers will discuss climate change, invasive species, water levels and the economic impacts of the various issues facing the Great Lakes.

Sewer overflows during storm hit 10 billion gallons
Detroit Free Press (10/26)
Almost 10 billion gallons of sewer overflows poured into southeast Michigan's waters in historic August flooding.

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