Great Lakes Directory Weekly News Headlines
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Nov. 13, 2008 - Gott: Unused pills can be kept out of water and soil: Dear Dr. Gott: In a recent column, you stated that "outdated medications can be discarded by flushing them down the toilet."
Nov. 12, 2008 - Xcel looks to harness wind energy for use even when there's no wind: The project, which also includes the state and a tech firm, is installing a battery that is the first U.S. device that can store wind power.Next spring Xcel Energy Inc., the state of Minnesota and a Virginia- based technology firm will test the first battery in the country capable of storing wind energy.
Nov. 12, 2008 - Study: Separate Great Lakes, Mississippi basins: CHICAGO (AP) - Connections engineered more than a century ago between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed should be changed to block the advance of invasive species that can cause irreversible damage, an environmental advocacy group says
Nov. 12, 2008 - Study: Separate Great Lakes, Mississippi basins: CHICAGO (AP) - Connections engineered more than a century ago between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed should be changed to block the advance of invasive species that can cause irreversible damage, an environmental advocacy group says.
Nov. 11, 2008 - Outdoors fans glad amendment passed: A state constitutional amendment to bolster funding for the outdoors was warmly received by Minnesotans but also by residents in Freeborn County, where 57 percent voted in favor of it.
Nov. 07, 2008 - Green groups cheer Great Lakes advocate Rahm Emanuel's new post Emanuel introduced cleanup package: Environmental groups, already jazzed over Tuesday's landslide election of eco-friendly Barack Obama, celebrated again Thursday.
Nov. 07, 2008 - With Obama, hopes for Great Lakes rise: TRAVERSE CITY -- Barack Obama's election as president and his appointment of Rahm Emanuel as chief of staff are hopeful signs for the struggle to heal the ailing Great Lakes ecosystem, advocates said Thursday.
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