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1 Whitmer signs executive order on climate change, aims for carbon-neutral state by 2050
2 Muskegon Lake poised to leave EPA 'Areas of Concern,’ a Great Lakes environmental milestone
3 Whitmer pushes Air Force to clean up Wurtsmith to new state levels
4 Michigan activists press Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for environmental justice
5 EGLE issues emergency work order for Edenville Dam safety measures
6 Major Lake Michigan tributary removed from polluted site list
7 State orders dam owner to make "critical" repair to part of Edenville dam
8 EGLE plans partial demolition of Edenville Dam
9 Lake Township Board agrees to neutral stance on revetment permit applications
10 Grants available for charge up Michigan program – WBKB 11
11 State gets $192,000 for environmental programs
12 EGLE names Michigan Dam Safety Task Force members
13 Lawmakers consider state task force for flooding and erosion issues
14 PFAS not detected at private wells near Grand Ledge Army Support Facility
15 Michigan's State of the Great Lakes: Drinking water quality garners spotlight
16 Michigan environmental groups support state in animal waste debate
17 Great Lakes Moment: Cleanup of contaminated river sediment begins at old Uniroyal site
18 Saginaw Valley State University gets $300K from state to study coronavirus in wastewater
19 Lower Menominee River removed from Great Lakes Areas of Concern clean-up list
20 Partnership grants available for UP, northern Lower Peninsula sites to build out statewide EV charging network
21 Michigan awarded grant to test lead within school, child care facilities drinking water
22 Plan to address Ann Arbor pollution ‘unbelievably unacceptable,’ residents argue
23 ‘Near total absence of record keeping’ earns Michigan company $66k fine
24 In Perpetuity: Toxic Great Lakes sites will require attention for generations to come
25 EGLE Announces Creation Of Michigan Dam Safety Task Force
26 Bedford Township withholds payment to Mulch King
27 Finding ways to prevent pollution | News, Sports, Jobs
28 Work begins on east side's Allen Place project
29 Michigan's Air Quality May Be Worse Than We Know
30 State puts $10 million into surveillance network for COVID-19 in wastewater
31 Torch Lake sees growth of ‘oozy, yucky, mucky’ golden brown algae
32 Trump casts self as Great Lakes champion, but his policies may do lasting damage
33 Dam Safety Task Force gets update on EGLE dam program
34 Outdoors: Natives restless as innocent-looking invasive chokes habitat
35 Graphic Packaging seeks changes at Kalamazoo plant, EGLE plans virtual public hearing
36 Broken Bottle Bill would strip millions of dollars from contaminated site cleanup
37 EGLE now lead agency in clean up and redevelopment at the Buick City site
38 Michigan may get through COVID-induced bottle backlog sooner than expected
39 Energy companies to collaborate on Midwest EV charging network
40 What's in Michigan's $62.8B budget? Here's what we know.
41 Water authority earns $276K in grants for projects
42 State officials testing Saginaw Bay and its beaches to study water quality issues
43 $3.9M dredging project to protect Michigan’s Buffalo Reef complete
44 To stop coronavirus, these Michigan State scientists are turning to the sewers
45 Lower Menominee River no longer "area of concern" after cleanup
46 Flint violates Safe Drinking Water Act again for failing to collect enough valid samples
47 Michigan’s ‘slice of the Caribbean’ Torch Lake suffering algae outbreak
48 Smoke over Michigan skies as western wildfires burn
49 Coliform confirmed in well water test near Delton detention basin
50 Western wildfire smoke dims Michigan skies, but air quality 'good'
51 Gov. Whitmer announces new program to help communities address climate change
52 Invasive aquatic plant found in 4 Michigan inland lakes
53 Take a video tour of $100M riverfront redevelopment proposed in Ann Arbor
54 EPA Awards EGLE $1.9 Million To Test School And Childcare Facility Drinking Water
55 Great Lakes Conservation Corps offering free scrap tire hire hauling, recycling
56 Paper mill pipe failure, pollutant caused Michigan fish kill, state finds
57 Michigan awarded EPA grant to test for lead in school drinking water
58 Lower Menominee River removed from pollution list | News, Sports, Jobs
59 $10 million wastewater COVID-19 outbreak surveillance program coming to Michigan
60 Pipeline tunnel supporters, foes clash before Michigan panel
61 Kalamazoo City Commissioners approve tax break for Graphic Packaging with new reporting requirements
62 Editorial: Clear action called for in Torch Lake blooms
63 Michigan beaches closed by pathogens more than 100 times this year
64 Communities of color are dumping grounds for toxic waste in Michigan
65 Members of new Dam Safety Task Force named
66 Wastewater testing for coronavirus outbreak detection to get $10M pilot
67 State agency schedules hearing on Lake Township revetments; board passes resolution
68 Fish kill blamed on 'black liquor' release | News, Sports, Jobs
69 Judge OKs oil flow through second Great Lakes pipeline
70 Michael Baker International Promotes Two Transportation Leaders in Great Lakes Region
71 Post-flood tests dioxins in Midland area rose after floods, but didn't trigger cleanup
72 Paper mill causing rotten stink gets tax break approval with conditions
73 Clean your boat and bird dog, this invasive plant may use them to spread
74 'Feet on the Street': Recycling campaign starts Sept. 21
75 Governor Whitmer Proclaims This Week as Pollution Prevention Week
76 Health Department warns of harmful algae blooms in Black Lake
77 Sunken boat that went viral with doctored Trump flag to be raised from Michigan bay
78 Torch Lake blues turn brown; Torch Lake Protection Alliance seeks water chemistry, brown algae analysis
79 Erosion mitigation will enhance trail | News, Sports, Jobs
80 Air Force plan to stop toxic lake foam a ‘step in the right direction’
81 City of Ann Arbor successfully completes soil remediation at Leslie Science & Nature Center
82 Detroit's most polluted ZIP code—the heavily Black 48217—fights for environmental justice
83 Meijer eyes Caledonia Township for supercenter
84 COVID-19 Update: Detroit Public TV Now Livestreaming on All Devices, Detroit Joins Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, and More
85 Muskegon Lake trail damaged by erosion, high water getting repaired
86 Michigan steps up dam oversight after Midland disaster, but much work remains
87 City of Detroit: FCA not at fault for delayed home repairs near new plant
88 Alcona breaks ground on Cedar Lake dam reconstruction
89 Great Lakes beach cleanups took a hit during the summer of coronavirus
90 Report: Line 5 pipeline disruption would cost Upper Peninsula taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars
91 State department takes multiple factors into account when deciding to allow Line 5 permits
92 EGLE Seeking Proposals For Energy Storage Road Map
93 Washtenaw County officials seeking more input on pollution cleanup plan
94 Public health awareness bulletin issued after harmful algae bloom found on Black Lake
95 New Report Shows U.P. Energy Recommendations are Misguided
96 Elberta's Penfold Park project nears completion
97 Things to Do: Entertainment in the Midland, Great Lakes Bay region
98 Environmental agency to host informational sessions on Line 5 tunnel applications
99 Restoring flood-destroyed lakes could cost landowners thousands a year for decades
100 Big problems for smallest Great Lake: More precipitation, warmer temperatures and controversial regulation plan upend life along Lake Ontario