The historic Aug. 11 storm dumped 10 billion gallons of sewer overflows in Michigan's waters Ten billion gallons of sewer overflows, both raw and partially treated, poured into Michigan’s waters in the historic Aug. 11 flood.
Friends of the Rouge: Benthic Macroinvertebrate SamplingDo you ever wonder about what lives in the river besides fish and turtles? Come to one of the Rouge River Bug Hunts and see for yourself the amazing variety of aquatic insects, crayfish,snails and clams that make up the bottom of the river food chain.
Algae levels expected to be high in Lake ErieFor more than a decade, algae has become an annual summer concern for lovers of Lake Erie. And this year, while not the worst the region has seen, is shaping up to be a bad one.
What's In Your Drinking Water? The liquid pharmacy that may be in your glass
Pure Genius: How Dean Kamen's Invention Could Bring Clean Water To Millions He just needs to get it to them. An in depth article on bringing clean water to places in need.