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The Volunteer Voice features information on individual volunteer opportunities with non-profit organizations in the Great Lakes Bay Region. This program is a cooperative production of Delta College Public Radio and the United Way offices of Bay, Saginaw, and Midland counties.
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A public meeting is planned for May 22 for a three-year Tobico Marsh restoration project. The state has a Pure Michigan program to recognize land and water locations that represent some of the best trail experiences. And in Oscoda County, didymo cells have been found in the Au Sable River.For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/…
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In binoculars, look near the very center of the lunar disk for a large crater that seems to have a dark, smooth floor. This is Ptolemaeus, named for Claudius Ptolemy, an astronomer of ancient Greece. Two more large craters in a line below Ptolemaeus, Aphonsus and Arzachel, complete the chain.Delta College Public Radio による
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The state has a draft plan for recreational fishing in Saginaw Bay and is asking for the public’s help in finalizing it. The vast majority of Great Lakes litter is plastic. For more:https://mrgreatlakes.com/Delta College Public Radio による
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Through April 24, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy is hosting listening sessions to prepare for federal home energy rebate funding. Michigan is receiving $2 million to help local governments and communities plan for large-scale renewable energy and energy storage projects.For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/…
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Environmental groups are pushing for efforts to protect the Great Lakes and drinking water from microplastics. A nonprofit is looking for Coast Watchers and Piping Plover Monitors. Great Lakes water levels are expected to be lower than last year for the upcoming boating and beach season.For more: https://mrgreatlakes.com/…
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Invasive carp would be turned into food for people and farmed animals under a new partnership between the World Wildlife Fund and Freshwater Select. Federal funding aims to improve water level forecasts for the Great Lakes, with the ability to predict levels up to a year in advance.For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/…
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Saginaw Valley State University is moving ahead with plans for a Lake Huron Environmental Research Station. A conservation group is looking for input on plans for a park in Rose City. Where is most new electricity coming from? Solar and battery storage. For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/Delta College Public Radio による
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Imagine sending massive amounts of data from our spacecraft and receiving high-res video in minutes, not hours or days. It might sound like science fiction, but that's the reality NASA's Deep Space Optical Communications Demo, or DSOC, is aiming for.Delta College Public Radio による
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What’s in store for Michigan under the clean energy package signed into law late last year? Almost $66 million in Clean Water grants will go to Michigan communities to upgrade water infrastructure. Have you heard about Great Lakes ReNEW?For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/Delta College Public Radio による
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The U.S. Department of Defense will install two more groundwater treatment systems in Oscoda to address PFAS contamination. The federal National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently summarized data about low ice coverage on the Great Lakes.For more, visit https://mrgreatlakes.com/Delta College Public Radio による
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Most of the universe is made of a type of matter that doesn’t interact with light—dark matter. This is a big deal—throughout history we’ve studied and learned about the universe by observing it, yet we can’t directly observe most of the universe!Delta College Public Radio による
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