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Drinking Water and a Forgotten Tragedy

Fort Gratiot County Park north of Port Huron bustles for a little more than three months of the year, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.  Large groups occupy the gazebos, families snatch up all the picnic tables, teens play Frisbee in the sand while kids rule a small playground, and the smell of cooking meat is… Read more »

Archive of FLOW in the News

A sampling of recent news coverage involving FLOW Research shows Great Lakes algae and microplastics connect March 21, 2021 Scientists discovered plastic microfibers in the Great Lakes are sticking to green algae that grows along the bottomlands in a way that could help keep the pollution out of the environment. Liz Kirkwood, executive director for Traverse… Read more »

Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac

Help Protect the Great Lakes from an Oil Spill We are united by our love of the Great Lakes. They provide drinking water for millions of people in the United States and Canada, drive our economy, and define our way of life. Since 2013, FLOW has helped build a broad coalition—the Oil & Water Don’t… Read more »

Hawaii River Restorations Reflect National Desire to Protect Water for Public Benefit

  Hawaii River Restorations Reflect National Desire to Protect Water for Public Benefit TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER 2014 16:25 Using public trust doctrine, communities restore streams diverted for more than 100 years. Photo courtesy Jan Arendtsz via Flickr Creative Commons Water restored to natural rivers will help support fields of Hawaii’s traditional and culturally important taro… Read more »