Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee is speaking out against news that a Canadian company is moving forward with plans to create a nuclear waste storage site less than a mile from Lake Huron.
An announcement this week from the Canadian company Ontario Power Generation says the best location to bury nuclear waste is about a mile from Lake Huron. That’s the result of recent studies.
You may never have heard of Douglass Houghton, but the historical figure is getting a much deserved historical marker in the U.P.
Houghton was Michigan’s first geologist. He helped Michigan become a state. Continue reading
A 25,000 dollar grant was given to the Lake Huron Discovery Tour.
Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Flint)
The deadline to submit public comments on a proposal to build a nuclear waste storage facility on the Canadian shores of Lake Huron is fast approaching.
Now, one of Michigan’s congressmen is urging Michiganders to write to the Canadian government, in opposition to the plan. Continue reading
Photo courtesy of the Michigan DNR.
Spring time used to be prime time for “smelting” in Michigan, but that’s not the case in the last couple of decades.
The Great Lakes accomplished a rare feat in November: their water levels increased.
United States congressman Dan Kildee is speaking out against a Canadian plan to store millions of tons of radioactive waste less than a mile from Lake Huron.
School kids across Michigan are stepping out of the classroom and onto buses for, what for many, is their favorite time of the year, field trips.
Some that are within driving distance of Alpena are learning about a unique part of Michigan history…shipwrecks. Continue reading
Lake Superior’s water level is expected to rebound to near or above its historic average this spring, the first time it has done so in 16 years.
The last time Lake Superior hit it’s long-term average was April, 1998.