Tag: Petoskey freshwater

Freshwater Weekly: September 6th, 2019

Posted on September 6, 2019 by

September 6, 2019 This week:  Five Counties Adopt Resolution to Support Tunnel under Straits + Ohio Chamber Rewriting Ohio Law to Revoke Lake Erie Bill of Rights + Freshwater Future’s Testing Program Identifies Forever Chemical – PFAS – in Drinking Water Near Seneca Lake, New York + Canada and Ontario Teaming up for the Health […]

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Lake Erie – On the Topic of Algae Bloom

Posted on July 19, 2019 by

Press release: Environmental groups call for urgent action to protect Lake Erie following NOAA algae bloom forecast Environmental deference, Canadian Freshwater alliance, and Freshwater Future Canada. For immediate release: July 11, 2019 Toronto, Ont. – Environmental groups are calling the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) forecast of a significant algae bloom for Lake […]

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Freshwater Weekly, July 9, 2019

Posted on July 10, 2019 by

Photo by Mihály Köles on Unsplash   July 9th, 2019 This week: Algal Blooms in Lake Erie Off to an Early Start  The annual harmful algal bloom in Sandusky Bay is bigger than in years past and began earlier, says a Bowling Green State University scientist who’s been studying the bloom for years. Click here to learn more. Great […]

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Freshwater Weekly, July 4, 2019

Posted on July 3, 2019 by

July 4th, 2019 This week: Lead Pipe Replacements for Chicago Residents + Flint Officials Still Liable + Rising Water Levels Caused by Spring Rain, NOT Plan 14.    Lead Pipe Replacements for Chicago Residents? The City of Chicago may soon be forced to replace lead-pipes for thousands of residents, according to a recent decision by the […]

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  • Freshwater Future's Executive Director, Jill Ryan, discusses Pellston, Michigan PFAS contamination concerns in a re… https://t.co/49BRV8UB9D
  • Pollution limits will help to protect drinking water for millions of Great Lakes' residents.… https://t.co/azrxJ6yO4i
  • Thank you to Pellston High School students for volunteering with Freshwater Future to address PFAS in drinking wate… https://t.co/It3rPnVnaR
  • Research finds that most water filters do not completely remove Toxic PFAS. Follow the story here, and visit Freshw… https://t.co/K7UqEKfrYW
  • If we’re the ones drinking the water we should be the first to know what’s in it and where we’re getting it from! S… https://t.co/BQ4cXBNSWW

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