Spring fish kills are frequent so don’t be alarmed.

Each and every spring fish kills often happen, especially in northern latitudes, as ice thaws and open water appears. Fish populations in northern climates have evolved to manage with these seasonal changes each year. It is not always a pleasant site to see a shoreline littered with dead or dying fish. However, don't be alarmed …

Continue reading Spring fish kills are frequent so don’t be alarmed.

Phosphorous levels not declining at a fast enough rate may call for new measures.

Nearly four years after Toledo’s 2014 water crisis, the Maumee River and other western Lake Erie tributaries are still besieged by algae-forming phosphorus.

Incredible seiche on Lake Michigan captured in images.

Some incredible weather this weekend! A seiche caused part of Lake Michigan to rise 13.9 inches in just 42 minutes around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13. Full story in the link below: http://www.mlive.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/lake_michigan_pier_completely.html Photo Credit: Todd and Brad Reed Photography