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Great Lakes & Other Water Issues - Archived Articles
August 2009 - May 2009

August 2009

Water Negotiations Moving Ahead in Capitol
Capitol Weekly (CA) – August 31, 2009

Valencia, Span Lobbies EU for “Intelligent” Water Use
EU Oserver.com – August 31, 2009

Los Angeles Cuts Water Use, Mostly
Blog, New York Times.com – August 31, 2009

How Will Meters Affect Fresno Water Bills?
The Fresno Bee (CA) – August 30, 2009

Michigan Pipeline Approved
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – August 29, 2009

Genesee Co. Gets OK to Tap Lake Huron for 85 Million Gallons A Day
AP Article, The Chicago Tribune – August 28, 2009

Could Higher Huron Levels Resurrect Collingwood’s Harbour?
Editorial, The Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin (Ontario) – August 28, 2009

T. Boone Pickens, Other Owners File Briefs About Water Rights
The Houston Chronicle – August 28, 2009

Great Lakes Water Levels Are Looking Up, More Rain in The Forecast
The Bay City Times (MI) – August 28, 2009

Use of Water Dropping by Double Digits
San Diego Union Tribune – August 28, 2009

The State of the Art for Water Management
Reuters.com – August 27, 2009

Saving Water, Staying Clean
The New York Times – August 27, 2009

Dramatic Drop in LA Water, Power Consumption
Associated Press – August 27, 2009

The Denominator Problem: Misleading Use of Water Numbers
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – August 27, 2009

Water Plan Will keep Georgia’s Tab Flowing
Commentary, The Walton Tribune (GA) – August 27, 2009

More Rain Helps Lake Levels Rebound
The London Free Press (Ontario) – August 27, 2009

Water-Use Saga: The Return of Glen Canyon
Christian Science Monitor – August 26, 2009

Scientists Gather in Drought-Stricken Kenya, Urge Better Use of Africa’s Water
Voice of America – August 26, 2009

Plans for San Joaquin Delta Meld Policy with Plumbing
Commentary, The Los Angeles Times – August 26, 2009

Farm Groups Say Bill Won’t Solve Water Problems
Ag Alert, California Farm Bureau Federation – August 26, 2009

Michigan DEQ Delays Decision in Shared Water Pipeline Project
The Flint Journal (MI) – August 26, 2009

Americans Starting to Recognize Water Shortages
Commentary, The Guelph Mercury (Ontario) – August 25, 2009

Environmental Groups, Georgia Gov. Talk Water
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 25, 2009

Drought in Brazos River Basin Most Severe in Central Texas
Community Impact (TX) – August 25, 2009

China’s Water Footprint and Water Saving Strategy
People’s Daily Online (China) – August 25, 2009

Ashland, OR Limits Water Use
The Ashland Mail Tribune (OR) – August 25, 2009

Greenprint Denver Helping City Conserve Water
The Rocky Mountain Independent – August 25, 2009

On Water Issue, Dems Try to Give up Some Power
The Los Angeles Times – August 25, 2009

Sonny Perdue, Environmentalists and the Water War
Blog, Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 24, 2009

San Antonio Sues over Shelved Water Project
Newsday.com – August 24, 2009

The South Bay Needs the Delta Peripheral Canal
Commentary, The San Jose Mercury News – August 24, 2009

Is Pork Production Hogging Water?
Editorial, Pork Magazine – August 24, 2009

Village Takes Another Look at Lake Michigan Water
The Frankfort Station (IL) – August 24, 2009

Water Cops Crack Down in Drought Areas
The Wall Street Journal – August 24, 2009

Court Rules Lake Erie Lakefront Landowners Own Whatever is Above Water
Blog, The Plain Dealer (OH) - August 24, 2009

Water Tower Debate Scratches Surface of Janesville Water System
The Janesville Gazette (WI) – August 23, 2009

Does the Compact Backfire on The Great Lakes?
Commentary, GreenfieldNOW.com (WI) – August 23, 2009

China Drought Leaves 5 Million Short of Water
Associated Press – August 23, 2009

Study Assists Waukesha’s Bid for Lake Michigan Water
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – August 22, 2009

Tap Water Satisfies in a Recession
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 22, 2009

Lapeer Joins Regional Water System Agency for Genesee Pipeline
The Flint Journal (MI) – August 21, 2009

Feeling Tapped Out
Commentary, The Bolingbrook Sun (IL) – August 21, 2009

Experts: Water Issue Crucial in World Climate Deal
Associated Press – August 21, 2009

Nestle Wins Approval to Tap Colorado Groundwater
Blog Post, The Los Angeles Times.com – August 21, 2009

Vegas Water Planners Say Keep Working on Pipeline
San Jose Mercury News – August 20, 2009

Water Negotiator ‘Guardedly’ Upbeat About Deal
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 20, 2009

1977 Yakima River Water Case Nears Conclusion
The Yakima News Tribune (WA) – August 20, 2009

Water Management Policy Must Be Objective
Commentary, Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 20, 2009

Marin, Calif. Water Board Approves Desalination Plant
San Francisco Chronicle – August 20, 2009

Water Compromise Elusive in Calif. Debate over ‘Broken’ Ecosystem
Blog Post, The New York Times.com – August 20, 2009

‘Water Buffaloes’ Got It All Wrong
Commentary, The Los Angeles Times – August 20, 2009

Water’s Journey from Lake Michigan to Tap
Oak Brook Business Ledger (IL) – August 20, 2009

Lapeer Officials Back Genessee’s New Regional Water System
The County Press (MI) – August 20, 2009

Georgian Bay Bouncing Back
The Midland Mirror (Ontario) – August 19, 2009

Utah Lawmakers Not Sold on Snake Valley Water Deal
The Salt Lake Tribune – August 19, 2009

New Conference for Water Conservation Brings Craft Brewers to Milwaukee in October
Press Release, PR Newswire – August 19, 2009

Frankfurt Shows Only Trickle of Interest in Oak Lawn’s Plan to Expand Water Supply
The Southtown Star (IL) – August 19, 2009

Ruling Leaves Northern Georgia with Water Crisis
USA Today – August 19, 2009

Allatoona May Be Next Battle in Water War
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 19, 2009

Yakima River Basin Citizens Get Last Chance to Defend Water Claims
The Yakima Daily Herald (WA) – August 19, 2009

Battle Heightens in Battle for California Delta Water
San Francisco Chronicle – August 19, 2009

Schwarzenegger Sets Conditions for Water Legislation
The Los Angeles Times – August 19, 2009

Waukesha Wants Milwaukee to Carry Its Water in Diversion Proceedings
Blog Post, The Political Environment – August 18, 2009
For a link to the water utility’s internal memo on diversion proposal strategy click here

Scripps Introduces Bill to Clarify That Water is Part of Public Trust
The Michigan Messenger – August 18, 2009

World Water Policies Suffer Sinking Feeling
Commentary, BBC News – August 18, 2009

Image Dousing: Mother Jones Takes on Fiji Water
The Los Angeles Times – August 18, 2009

Taking Page from Carbon Emissions Regulation, Foundation Creates Water Offset Program
The Portland Business Journal (OR) – August 17, 2009

Action Urged on Lake Huron’s Loss of Water
The Detroit News – August 17, 2009

Package of Bills Seek to Balance Thirst of Water Users with Environment
San Jose Mercury News – August 17, 2009

Snake Valley Ranchers Riled by ‘Sellout’ Water Deal
The Salt Lake Tribune (UT) – August 17, 2009

Alabama Gov. Agrees to Water Talks
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 17, 2009

Atlanta Pitted Against Neighbors in Water Wars
The New York Times – August 16, 2009

Michigan Pipeline OK with Local Water Authority
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – August 15, 2009

36 States Anticipate Water Shortages
WWMT-TV (MI) – August 14, 2009

Deal Nears for Lake Mich. Water for School, Surrounding Neighborhood
Chicago Daily Herald – August 14, 2009

Las Vegas Pipeline Delayed Under Nevada, Utah Water Agreement
San Jose Mercury News (CA) – August 14, 2009

Drought Pushes Lower Colorado River Authority to Urge 25% Cut in Water Use
The Austin American-Statesman (TX) – August 14, 2009

Upper Great Lakes Water Levels Inch Higher
The Detroit News – August 14, 2009

Coalition Urges World-Class Water Strategy for Ontario
Press Release, MarketWire.com – August 13, 2009

Bottled Water Boom Appears Tapped Out
The Washington Post – August 13, 2009

Study Sees Dramatic Drop in Indian Groundwater
Associated Press – August 13, 2009

Governor Doyle Offers Help to farmers Battling Drought
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – August 13, 2009

Researchers harvesting Rain to Ease Water Shortages
The Guelph Mercury (Ontario) – August 13, 2009

Diversion Proposal Doesn’t Hold Water
Commentary, The National Post (Canada) – August 12, 2009

Interior Dept: California Water a National Priority
Associated press _ August 12, 2009

Greeley, Colo. Residents Okay Surveying for Water Pipeline
The Denver Post - August 12, 2009

Water Wars: Bottled Vs. Tap
The Tahoe Daily Tribune (CA) - August 12, 2009

School District Baffled by Debate over Lake Michigan Water
Chicago Daily Herald - August 12, 2009

Water Log: Conservation, Higher Bills Help Cut the FLow
Green Bay Press Gazette - August 12, 2009

Water Wars Threaten California Delta
ESPN.com - August 11, 2009

GE Sees Tide Coming in for Water Business
Reuters.com – August 11, 2009

Hands Off Our River
Editorial, The Savannah Morning News (GA) – August 11, 2009

State Water Rights Look Appealing
The Durango Herald (CO) – August 11, 2009

Turkey Offers Water to Iraq in Return for Crackdown on Kurdish Rebels
Christian Science Monitor – August 11, 2009

Citing Western Water Challenges, Salazar Calls for Efficiency in Water Use
The Billings Gazette (MT) – August 10, 2009

Kraft Foods Cuts Water Use by 21%
Bloomberg.com – August 10, 2009

In Water Wars, Georgia Official Plans to Point Finger at Florida
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune (FL) – August 10, 2009

Residents Soaking Up Knowledge on Water Use
The Dallas Morning News – August 10, 2009

You’re Not From Around This Watershed, Are You?
Commentary, The Daily Yonder.com – August 10, 2009

Keeping Tabs on Water Levels
Editorial, The Dunkirk Observer (Ontario) – August 9, 2009

Focus on Delta in Coming State Water Fight
San Francisco Chronicle – August 9, 2009

Public Trust Doctrine Crucial to Lakes Compact
Editorial, Traverse City Record-Eagle – August 8, 2009

Calif. Adds ‘Delta Tunnel’ to List of Possible Water Supply Options
The New York Times – August 7, 2009

Rising Lake Levels Good for Ships
The Green Bay Press Gazette (WI) – August 7, 2009

New Water Legislation in California: Start of a New Era?
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – August 7, 2009

Agency to Amass Home-by-Home Water Use Records in Northern Florida
The Florida Times-Union – August 7, 2009

Nevada Water Authority Votes Sought on Water Pipeline
Las Vegas Review-Journal – August 7, 2009

Iowa Congressman Concerned about Lewis & Clark Pipeline Funding
KTIV-TV (IA) – August 7, 2009

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Partners with Industry on Water Technology
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – August 6, 2009

Despite Federal Protection, Great Lakes Remain Troubled Waters
Commentary, The Detroit News – August 6, 2009

Criticism of Lakebed Study Floods in from Conservation Groups
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – August 6, 2009

Ga., Ala. Power Companies Have Huge Stake, Influence in Water Wars
The Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 6, 2009

Georgia Gov. Will Play ‘Hardball’ in Water Wars
The Miami Herald – August 6, 2009

On the Fairway, New Lessons in Saving Water
New York Times – August 6, 2009

Turning Water into Whining
Commentary, Wall Street Journal – August 6, 2009

Conservation by Urination
Blog post, New York Times.com – August 6, 2009

Water Crisis Threatens County’s Future
Commentary, The San Bernardino Sun (CA) – August 5, 2009

Kansas, Colorado Seek to End Lawsuit over Arkansas River Water
The Kansas City Star – August 5, 2009

Hydrating Phoenix: Quenching a City in the Desert
Mother Nature Network – August 5, 2009

Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Deal with Calif. Water Policy
The Los Angeles Times – August 5, 2009

Georgian Bay Water Levels on the Rise
The Midland Free Press (Ontario) – August 5, 2009

Of Oil and Water
Blog post, Brookfield Now.com – August 5, 2009

Whose Water Is It? Water Rights in an Age of Scarcity
Commentary, Circle of Blue.com – August 4, 2009

The ‘Water War’ Isn’t Really About Water at All
Blog, Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 4, 2009

Water Crisis in Parched Northern China
AFP – August 4, 2009

Executive Q&A: Sustainable Water Crucial for Silicon Valley
The San Jose Business Journal – August 3, 2009

Rural Areas Face Challenges to Find Next Water Source
The Arizona Republic – August 3, 2009

Calif. Lawmakers Study Building Delta Diversion Tunnel
San Jose Mercury News – August 3, 2009

Long-Term Plan Needed for Water
Editorial, Merced Sun-Star (CA) – August 2, 2009

Unabated Use of Groundwater Threatens Arizona’s Future
The Arizona Republic – August 2, 2009

Counties Fear Utah Is Selling Out Snake Valley Water
The Salt Lake Tribune (UT) – August 2, 2009

Perdue Plots Water Strategy, Wants More Reservoirs
Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 2, 2009

Michigan Water Wars Continue
Editorial, Traverse City Record-Eagle (MI) – August 1, 2009

July 2009

Time To Implement The Compact
Commentary, Buffalo Rising.com – July 31, 2009

War of Words Over Water-Sharing Agreement Intensifies
Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 31, 2009

Wet Weather Puts great Lakes Closer to Average
The Detroit News – July 31, 2009

Low Lake Levels: The Cause? It Depends
The Lakeland Times (WI) – July 31, 2009

Bottled Water Suit Benefited All of Us
Editorial, The Muskegon Chronicle (MI) – July 31, 2009

Fed Grants Funds to Ease Calif. Water Shortages
The Associated Press – July 31, 2009

Perdue Calls Riley, Crist’s Bluffs, Invites Govs to Water Talks
Blog, The Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 30, 2009

Senate Passes Bill That Will Close Yucca Mountain, Allow Calif. Water Transfers
The Los Angeles Times – July 30, 2009

Water Wars, Still
Editorial, The Tallahassee Democrat (FL) – July 30, 2009

More Info on Pipeline Sought
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – July 30, 2009

Wis. Legislators Urged to Beef Up Groundwater Law
Wisconsin State Journal – July 29, 2009

Proposed Pipeline Is Return to An Unfortunate Mindset
Commentary, The Colorado Springs Gazette – July 29, 2009

Water Wars Threaten County with Lanier As Sole Source
Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 29, 2009

An Environmental Group Uses Wry Lies Against Bottled Water
The New York Times – July 29, 2009

Time To Start Preparing for Water Rationing
Commentary, The New Mexico Independent – July 29, 2009

LA’s Water Misers
Editorial, The Los Angeles Times – July 29, 2009

Lake Ontario Water Levels Now Online
The Gouverneur Times (NY) – July 29, 2009

Scientists Claim Big Climate Changes Coming to Ohio, Midwest
Blog, The Cleveland Plain Dealer – July 28, 2009

Wyoming Governor Blasts Proposed Flaming Gorge Water Pipeline
The Salt Lake Tribune – July 28, 2009

Water Board Limits Pumping from California’s Carmel River
San Jose Mercury News – July 28, 2009

Good Guide to Reducing Your Water Use
Good Magazine.com – July 28, 2009

Water Demand in LA Reaches 32-Year Low
The Los Angeles Times – July 28, 2009

Report Contradicts Study on Great Lakes Water Level Drop
AP Article, Green Bay Press Gazette – July 27, 2009

Boaters to Protest Calif. Delta Water Diversion Canal
San Jose Mercury News – July 27, 2009

Judge Throws Down Water Gauntlet
Commentary, Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 27, 2009

Nile Nations Discuss Sharing Their River
Associated Press – July 27, 2009

Great Lakes Water Levels Rise After Decade of Drops
Detroit Free Press – July 26, 2009

In The ‘Burbs, To Water Or Not To Water
Minneapolis Star Tribune – July 26, 2009

Water-Use Rules Aren’t Going Away Any Time Soon
Las Vegas Review – July 26, 2009

As Lake Levels Fluctuate We Can Wait and Watch
Editorial, The Traverse City Record-Eagle - July 25, 2009

Report Says Lake Drainage Is Worse
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – July 25, 2009

A Water Shortage for Waterloo?
The Waterloo Imprint – July 24, 2009

We Can’t Ignore Toilet Water Use Anymore
Commentary, The Oregonian – July 24, 2009

Water Level Study Represented Work of More Than 100 Researchers
He Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin (Ontario) – July 24, 2009

Water Is Up, But Action Still Needed for Georgian Bay
Editorial, The Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin (Ontario) – July 24, 2009

Report: California Needs to Think Small to Save Water
Associated Press – July 24, 2009

Will Water Ruling Dry Up Growth?
Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 24, 2009

Georgia, Florida Football Rivalry Could Be Factor in Water Wars
USA Today.com – July 23, 2009

Alabama, Florida See Water Wars Differently
Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 23, 2009

Lake Water Plan Draws Fire
The Windsor Star (Ontario) – July 23, 2009

Dry Weather in UP Leads to Drought
Upper Michigan Source.com – July 23, 2009

Study: West Faces Water ‘Catastrophe’
The Salt Lake Tribune (UT) – July 23, 2009

Hot, Dry, Thriving? A Water Plan for California Farms
Blog, The New York Times.com – July 23, 2009

Drought Persists for N. Wisconsin Farmers
Chicago tribune – July 22, 2009

Smart Tech Watering Systems Could Save Billions of Gallons of Water
Reuters – July 22, 2009

LA Parks Want Exemption from Drought Rules
Los Angeles Times – July 22, 2009

3-Year Countdown Begins for Atlanta’s Water Future
Associated Press – July 22, 2009

Report Tells Farmers How to Save Huge Amounts of Water
San Francisco Chronicle – July 22, 2009

Water Conservation’s Huge Potential
Mother Jones online – July 21, 2009

Georgia Governor Open to Restarting Water Talks with Neighboring States
Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 21, 2009

State’s Victory in Water War Not a Proud One
Editorial, The Miami Herald – July 21, 2009

Cutting Water Use in the Textile Industry
Blog, New York Times – July 21, 2009

Genesee County Moves Closer to Setting Up Water Pipeline Group
The Flint Journal (MI) – July 21, 2009

Governor Compares Water Industry to Beginnings of Wisconsin Dairy Industry
Wisbusiness.com – July 21, 2009

Wild Turkey, Gunfire and Big Pipelines
High Country News – July 20, 2009

Doyle Plans Water Trade Mission to Israel
Milwaukee Business Journal – July 20, 2009

Panel Eyeing Future of Lake Michigan and Water Industry
WISN.com (Milwaukee, WI) – July 20, 2009

Global Water Scarcity Calls for Innovation, Summit Attendees Told
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – July 20, 2009

Future Water Supply from Ogallala Aquifer Could Be in Jeopardy
The Houston Chronicle – July 20, 2009

Water Utility Reverts to the Long Ago, Not-So-Far Away
The Los Angeles Times – July 20, 2009

Drought Spotlights Region’s Patchwork Water Supply
San Francisco Chronicle – July 20 2009

Smart Controllers Adjust Water Use to Weather Conditions
The Arizona Daily Star – July 20, 2009

At What Cost? Great Lakes Study Is Crucial, But So Is Pricetag on Its Proposals
Editorial, The Syracuse Post-Standard (NY) – July 20, 2009

FDA Should Require Full Disclosure by Water Bottlers
Commentary, The Buffalo News (NY) – July 20, 2009

Commentary, An Eastern Judge Points the Way to Solving Western Water Problems
San Francisco Chronicle – July 19, 2009

Great Lakes Water Levels Rebound After Long Slump
Associated Press – July 18, 2009

Lake Michigan Water Levels Rise 10 Inches
WISN-TV (WI) – July 18, 2009

Judge Rules Against Atlanta in Regional Water Wars
Associated Press – July 18, 2009

Heat Dries Up Water Use, Brings Warning from Water Agency
The Santa Rosa Press Democrat (CA) – July 17,

Small Australian Town Stands Up for The Tap
The New York Times – July 17, 2009

Shrinking Lakes Leaving Docks Abandoned 125 Feet from Water’s Edge
WEAU.com (WI) – July 17, 2009

Baltimore Asks 150,000 to Curb Water Use
The Baltimore Sun – July 17, 2009

Ranch Sparks Water Battle
He Capital Press (Oregon) – July 16, 2009

Lake Huron Nears Average Level
The Markdale Standard (Ontario) – July 16, 2009

Genessee Official Says Detroit’s Interest in Pipeline is Financial
Port Huron Times Herald (MI) – July 15, 2009

Turkmenistan Creates Vast Lake in the Desert
Associated Press – July 15, 2009

Water Pipeline Comment Deadline Extended
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – July 15, 2009

‘Water Hog’ Label Haunts Dallas, Complicates Oklahoma Bid
The Wall Street Journal – July 15, 2009

Let It Flow, Sarnia
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – July 14, 2009

Global Warming’s Timing Problem
The Boston Globe – July 14, 2009

Dallas/Fort Worth Raises Stakes in Bid to Buy Oklahoma Water
Dallas Morning News – July 14, 2009

Georgia Selects Officials for Water Planning Council
The Miami Herald – July 14, 2009

Iraq Suffers as Euphrates River Dwindles
The New York Times – July 14, 2009

California’s Looming Groundwater Catastrophe
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – July 14, 2009

Feds Document Shrinking San Joaquin Valley Aquifer
The Sacramento Bee – July 13, 2009

Genesse Water Plan Would Raise Metro Detroit Rates
Detroit Free Press – July 13, 2009

North Texas Thirsty for Oklahoma Water
Dallas Morning News – July 13, 2009

Major Breakthrough with Water Desalination System
News Release, ScienceDaily.com – July 13, 2009

Fishermen Feeling Pinch of Calif. Water Policy
The San Diego Union Tribune – July 12, 2009

The Water Savers
Boston Globe Magazine – July 12, 2009

India Prays for Rain as Water Wars Break Out
The Guardian (UK) - July 11, 2009

Group Claims Water Victory
Commentary, Traverse City Record-Eagle (MI) – July 11, 2009

U.P. Township Board Faces Recall Vote over Water Plans
The Michigan Messenger – July 10, 2009

Milwaukee’s Third Water Summit Is Sold Out
Water Technology Online – July 10, 2009

Water-Level Study Panned by Residents
The Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin (Ontario) – July 10, 2009

Stupak Scrutinizes Bottled Water in Capitol Hill Grilling
The Michigan Messenger – July 10, 2009

Katie Couric’s Notebook: Bottled Water
ABC News – July 10, 2009

Nestle Waters Eyes Acquisitions to Plug Sales Leak
Reuters – July 10, 2009

Fog Catchers Bring Water to Parched Villages
National Geographic.com – July 9, 2009

Palm Springs, Using “Smart” Meters, Lowers Water Use 30%
The Desert Sun (CA) – July 9, 2009

Conservation Group Questions CanAm Water Bottling Plant
Tecumseh Herald (MI) – July 9, 2009

California Gives Desalination Plants a Fresh Look
The Wall Street Journal – July 9, 2009

Water Use, Wetland Permits Now Decided by Single Administrator in South Florida
The Miami Herald – July 9, 2009

Peripheral Canal, Crux of Calif. Water Wars, Draws Fire
The Capitol Weekly (CA) – July 9, 2009

Quality of Bottled Water Questioned in Congress
New York Times – July 9, 2009

Second Study on Lake Michigan Water Levels Still Held Back
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – July 8, 2009

Water Levels in Some Portions of Wisconsin Reaching Record Lows
WSAW-TV – July 8, 2009

Voices Grow in Opposition to Potential Regional Water Pipeline
The County Press (MI) – July 8, 2009

Meeting Addresses Water Level Study
The Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin (Ontario) – July 8, 2009

Water Wars: Is Bottled Water Better Than Tap?
ABC News – July 8, 2009

Water Everywhere as Reservoirs Fill for First Time Since 2000
Omaha World Herald (NE) – July 8, 2009

Sierra Club Wages Water War with Growers over Run of Carmel River
News Release, Courthouse News Service – July 7, 2009

Decade-Long Bottled Water Dispute Settled
Detroit Free Press – July 7, 2009

Water Fights
Maclean’s Magazine (Canada) – July 6, 2009

Genesee Water Pipeline May Come True
ABC 12 – TV (MI) – July 6, 2009

Genesee Drain Commissioner Defends Pipeline after Attacks
The Flint Journal (MI) – July 6, 2009

Lawyer Again Plumbs Depths of Calif. Water Issues
The Fresno Bee – July 6, 2009

States Digging Deep to Monitor Groundwater Levels
Associated Press – July 5, 2009

Despair Flows as Fields Go Dry and Unemployment Rises
The Los Angeles Times – July 6, 2009

Water Use Must Change Whether Fish Live or Die
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – July 5, 2009

Water Officials Fear California Aqueduct Could Sink
San Jose Mercury News (CA) – July 5, 2009

Colorado River Water Bill Dies in Senate
Mohave Daily News (AZ) – July 5, 2009

Water Pipeline Worries Sarnia MP
The St. Catharine’s Standard (Ontario) – July 4, 2009

Group Opposes Water-Bottling Venture in Tecumseh, MI
Forbes.com - July 4, 2009

Officials: Reject Huron Water Plan
Port Huron Times Herald (MI) – July 3, 2009

Water, Crowds Return to Lake Lanier
The Atlanta Journal Constitution – July 3, 2009

Water Referee Says Neb. Owes Kan.
Forbes.com – July 2, 2009

Water Wars Will Impact Us All
Commentary, Farm and Dairy online – July 2, 2009

Detroit Water Officials Say Genesee Pipe Plan Is Flawed
Port Huron Times Herald (MI) – July 2, 2009

Governor: Water Will be Released to Central Valley Farms
KCRA.com (CA) – July 2, 2009

Nearly 4,000 People March in Fresno for Water
San Jose Mercury News – July 1, 2009

Rumor of Great Lakes Raiding Doesn’t Hold Water, Even in a Bottle
Commentary, The St. Paul Pioneer Press – July 1, 2009

New Public Hearings on Great Lakes Water Levels
The Milwaukee Examiner – July 1, 2009

Florida Gov. Signs New Water-Policy Law That Dilutes Public Voice, Critics Say
The Orlando Sentinel – July 1, 2009

Water Supply Subject of Wash. State Meeting
San Jose Mercury News – July 1, 2009

June 2009

Lake Superior Expected to Rise in July
SooToday.com (Ontario) – June 30, 2009

Experts to Explore Water Management
Event Listing, The Brantford Expositor (Ontario) – June 30, 2009

Politics Have No Place in River Study
Editorial, Port Huron Times Herald (MI) – June 30, 2009

Lake Superior Continues to Go Down - Huron, Michigan Approach Long-Term Levels
The Sault Star (Ontario) – June 30, 2009

City Seeks Pipeline Opinion
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 29, 2009

Comments on Cameco’s Permit to Take Ground Water
Commentary, The Northumberland View (Ontario) – June 29, 2009

Turf Wars Loom as Water Services Retooled
San Diego Union Tribune – June 29, 2009

Kansas Supreme Court Affirms Water Rights in Ruling
The Kansas City Star – June 29, 2009

It’s Now Legal to Catch a Raindrop in Colorado
The New York Times – June 29, 2009

Northern Colorado Farmers Need Water Project
Commentary, The Denver Post – June 29, 2009

Battle over Water Heats Up in San Joaquin Valley
San Jose Mercury News – June 29, 2009

Lapeer County Hears Proposal for Genesee Pipeline, Water Authority
The County Press (MI) – June 28, 2009

Fresh Water: Our ‘Sea of Diamonds’
Commentary, Minneapolis Star Tribune – June 28, 2009

Anticipating Water Issues, Northeastern Michigan College’s Water Degree a Perfect Fit
Editorial, Traverse City Record-Eagle (MI) – June 27, 2009

Additional IJC Lake Level hearings Added
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – June 26, 2009

Sarnia Seeks Opinion on Michigan Water Pipeline
The Sarnia Observer –(Ontario) – June 26, 2009

Heavy Water Use Draining Austin, TX Lakes
The San Antonio Business Journal – June 26, 2009

Report: Genesee Pipeline Would Cost $600 Million
The Flint Journal - June 25, 2009

Drain Commissioner Says County Should Join Regional Authority, Build Pipeline
The Flint Journal - June 25, 2009

Detroit Raises Water Rates to Flint, Genesee Co. by 10%, Furthers Their Desire to Tap Lake Huron
The Flint Journal (MI) - June 25, 2009

California Lawmakers Lose Bid to Change Water Rules
The Miami Herald - June 25, 2009

Tribes Must Consider Issues Claiming Water Rights
The Cherokee Phoenix (OK) - June 25, 2009

Board Rethinks Bottled Water Ban
The Waterloo Record (Ontario) - June 24, 2009

Going Against the Flow: City Program Provides Free Water-Use Analysis
The Stockton Record (CA) - June 24, 2009

House Resolution Targets Water Withdrawals
The Petoskey News Review (MI) - June 23, 2009

As Pipeline Proposal Nears Approval, Fewer People Speaking Up
The Colorado Springs Gazette - June 23, 2009

Creek Concerns: Residents Question Proposal to Bottle Water
The Johnstown Tribune Democrat (PA) - June 23, 2009

Forced Oasis: Big Tom Pipeline Brings Water to a Thirsty Northern Colorado
The Greeley Tribune (CO) - June 22, 2009

The Campaign to Exorcize Demon Water
Commentary, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - June 22, 2009

Sarnia, Ont. Mayor Predicts Genesee County Pipeline Won't Be Built
The Flint Journal (MI) - June 22, 2009

Minneapolis Taxpayer Money to Promote Tap Water
Commentary, Fox9 News (MN) - June 22, 2009

Water Law Rising as New Practice Area in Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Law Journal - June 22, 2009

Criminalize Water Use, or Just Buy Imported Water?
Commentary, PasedenaNow.com (CA) - June 22, 2009

Santa Cruz Prioritizes Water Conservation
San Jose Mercury News (CA) - June 21, 2009

Great Lakes Study's Lack of Clarity Muddies Water Level Issue
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - June 20, 2009

Disaster Request for a Drought-Hit County in California
The New York Times - June 20, 2009

Calif. House Narrowly Rejects Bid to Nullify Salmon Protection Rules
San Jose Mercury News - June 19, 2009

Troubled Waters: Low Apalachicola River Flow May Hurt Gulf Fisheries
Press Release, ScienceDaily.com - June 19, 2009

On Whales, Drinking Water, and the Great Lakes
Commentary, GlobalPost.com (Canada) – June 19, 2009

Water Seizes Center Stage from Governor
The Fresno Bee (CA) – June 19, 2009

Court Fight Re-Opens River Withdrawal War
The Florida Times-Union – June 19, 2009

Stockwatering Exemption: Water is Not an Unlimited Resource
Editorial, The Yakima Herald-Republic (WA) – June 19, 2009

Water Pipeline Inevitable, Michigan Official Says
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 18, 2009

Feds to Study Water Use at S. Idaho Dairies
The Idaho Statesman – June 18, 2009

Water Could Bubble up Detroit’s Recovery
Commentary, The Detroit News – June 18, 2009

East Bay Dam Expansion Raises Hackles in Sierra
San Jose Mercury News (CA) – June 18, 2009

Some Water Bans Could Still Apply
Atlanta Journal Constitution – June 18, 2009

Great Lakes Journal: Whiskey’s For Drinking, Water’s For Fighting
Commentary, DailyFinance.com – June 17, 2009

Cottagers Criticize International Great Lakes Study at Community Hearing
ParrySound.com (Ontario) – June 17, 2009

Report: Brookfield Water Supply OK Until 2035
Brookfield Now.com – June 17, 2009

Wisconsin DNR Issues Controversial Permit for Pumping in Lake District
Wisconsin State Journal – June 17, 2009

Field Museum’s Compelling Exhibition Highlights Earth’s Most Precious Resource
ArtDaily.com – June 17, 2009

Climate Change Report: Michigan and the Great Lakes Are Changing
The Bay City Times – June 16, 2009
Read the Official Report here

Conservation Trumps Pipeline, Expert Says
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 16, 2009

Western Governors and New Thinking on Water
Commentary, The San Francisco Chronicle – June 16, 2009

Time to Plan for the Next Drought
Commentary, Atlanta Journal Constitution – June 16, 2009

Government Study Warns That Climate Change Effects Are Already Here
The New York Times – June 16, 2009

Facts on World Water Shortage
Reuters – June 16, 2009

London, Ont. Wants Lake Huron Water Annex
105.7 FM (Ontario) – June 16, 2009

A Vital Partnership: Important to Update Lakes Agreement
Editorial, The Battle Creek Enquirer (MI) – June 16, 2009

Sarnia Mayor Predicts Genesee Co. Pipeline Won’t Be Built
The Flint Journal (MI) – June 15, 2009

Water Supply Shifts as Climate Change
The Miami Herald – June 15, 2009

Iowa Lake Project Revived as Drinking Water Source
The Chicago Tribune – June 15, 2009

Western Governors Dip into Growing Water Demand
Associated Press – June 15, 2009

U.S., Canada to Update Great Lakes Water Agreement
Associated Press – June 14, 2009

An Erie Odyssey
Special Report: The London Free Press – June 13, 2009

Views on Great Lakes Water Levels Ebb and Flow in Michigan Counties
The Bay City Times (MI) – June 13, 2009

Washington State Approves Water Rights for Large Feedlot
The Associated Press – June 12, 2009

New Mexico’s Water Authority Isn’t Being Good to the Rio Grande
Commentary, The New Mexico Independent – June 12, 2009

City Known for its Water Turns to Tap to Cut Trash
The New York Times – June 12, 2009

Ontario Ignored in Diversion Proposal, Official Says
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 12, 2009

Water Plans Across the Border Impact All of Us
Editorial, The Sarnia Observer (Ont.) – June 12, 2009

A Precious Natural Resource
Commentary, The Toronto Sun – June 12, 2009

Lake Huron levels Up After Rains
The Bay City Times (MI) – June 11, 2009

Southeast ‘Drought Is Over,’ Restrictions Ease
Atlanta Journal Constitution – June 11, 2009

Dallas Files another Appeal for Water Reservoir Plan
The Dallas Morning News – June 11, 2009

Cheboygan Issues Absurd Threat to Stop Genesee Water Pipeline
Editorial, The Flint Journal – June 11, 2009

Canadian Mayors Question Michigan Water Diversion Plan
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 10, 2009

A Wake-Up Call on Water Use
The Christian Science Monitor – June 10, 2009

Water Wars Brewing over Lake Mead Levels
News 8, LasVegasNow.com – June 10, 2009

The Water Crisis and Green Careers
Blog, San Francisco Examiner – June 10, 2009

Lake Erie: Beyond the Surface
Part 5 in a Series, WKYC TV (Cleveland, OH) - June 10, 2009
Watch the Video:
Segment 1
Segment 2
Segment 3
Segment 4

New Water Use Rules Go Into Effect Friday in Sacramento
The Sacramento Bee – June 10, 2009

Power Shift Might Affect Florida Water Wars
The Orlando Sentinel – June 10, 2009

Official Vows to Fight Pipeline
The Port Huron Times Herald (MI) – June 10, 2009

Lake Level Concerns Depend on Location
The Muskegon Chronicle (MI) – June 9, 2009

IJC Hosts Superior Hearing on Lake Water Levels
The Superior Telegram (WI) – June 9, 2009

Easing Drought May Mean Rule Changes on Water Use, Docks
The Gainesville Times (FL) – June 9, 2009

Just Add Water: Normally Dry Chelan River Gets Wet
Seattle Post Intelligencer – June 9, 2009

Water Scarcity and the Western Oil Shales
Blog, The New York Times – June 9, 2009


Gov. Should Veto Bill That Takes Water Decisions Out of Public View
Editorial, The TCPalm (FL) – June 9, 2009

Lake Mead Water Level Will Be Trigger for Pipeline
San Jose Mercury News (CA) – June 9, 2009

Lawsuit to Stop Lake Huron Water Diversion
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – June 8, 2009

Cheboygan Co. Threatens Lawsuit to Stop Genesee Co. Pipeline
The Flint Journal (MI) – June 8, 2009

A Day of Rain in the Northwoods Not Enough, DNR Says
NewsOfTheNorth.net (WI) – June 8, 2009

Recycling ‘Gray Water’ Cheaply, Safely
Morning Edition, NPR – June 8, 2009


Efficient Water Use Crucial for Valley Farmers
The Fresno Bee (CA) – June 7, 2009

San Diego Turns to Ocean for Freshwater
United Press International – June 7, 2009

Concerns Are Rising on Water Overuse
The Boston Globe – June 7, 2009

Waukesha Asked Not to Apply for Lake Water Until Rules Are in Place
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – June 5, 2009

Minnesota Town Enforces Water Rationing to Prevent Disaster in Dry Times
KARE 11-TV (MN) – June 5, 2009

Study: Climate Change, Not “Drain Hole.” Altering Lake Levels
Muskegon Chronicle – June 5, 2009

U.S. Tells Calif. To Cut Water use to Save Fish
Reuters – June 5, 2009

Waterlife: Water Torture
Film Review, The Toronto Star – June 5, 2009

Southeast Tri-State ‘Water Wars’ Continue
The Southeast Farm Press – June 4, 2009

Water Wars May Take New Direction
The Jacksonville Observer (FL) – June 4, 2009

Water Bottle Refilling Service Launches in NYC
ABC 7 – Los Angeles – June 4, 2009

Turning the Tide: Documentary Is Call to Action on Canada’s Great Lakes
CBC News (Canada) – June 4, 2009

Bottled Water Loophole? Or Excalibur?
Commentary, Freemont News Messenger (OH) – June 4, 2009

Thirst: Desalination Plants and Southern California
Blog, The Wall Street Journal – June 4, 2009

Montana Wins a Round in Water Lawsuit
The Grand Forks Herald (MT) – June 4, 2009

Waukesha May Need Less Lake Michigan Water Than Predicted
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – June 3, 2009

The Water Debate We Are Not Having
Commentary, The Huffington Post – June 3, 2009

Plan Would Tap Lake Huron
The Port Huron Times Herald – June 3, 2009

Residents in Malibu, Other Areas, Must Cut Water Use
The Los Angeles Times – June 2, 2009

Thirst for Water May Suck River Dry
The Hamilton-Wenham Chronicle (MA) – June 2, 2009

Some Restrictions of Water Begin in San Diego
San Diego Union Tribune – June 2, 2009

California Gets an ‘Incomplete’ on Water Progress
San Francisco Chronicle – June 2, 2009

Metro Atlanta’s Drought of Leadership, Vision
Commentary, Atlanta Journal Constitution – June 2, 2009

Water Use Gets Hosed
NBC.com (PA) – June 2, 2009

Water Recycling: Coming Soon to a Home Near You
Canada.com – June 2, 2009

Lake Superior Two Inches Higher Than Last Year
SooToday.com (Ontario) – June 1, 2009

May 2009

Waukesha Prepares Reply to Queries on Lake Michigan Water Plan
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 31, 2009

Water Levels Study to Host Public Meeting in Sault June 9th
The Sault Star (Ontario) – May 31, 2009

River Report Clogs Scrutiny
The Port Huron Times Herald – May 31, 2009

Cheers! Your Town Takes to the Water Bottle
The Southtown Star (IL) – May 31, 2009

Limited Time to Comment on St. Clair River Report
The Port Huron Time Herald – May 30, 2009

Pipeline for Genesee County Appears to have Little Initial Opposition
The Flint Journal (MI) – May 28, 2009

Genesee County Seeks Permission to Tap Into Lake Huron
The Flint News (MI) – May 27, 2009

Milwaukee Ponders Privatizing Water Utility
Milwaukee Public Radio – May 27, 2009

Waukesha Need for Lake Water Falls 23%
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 26, 2009

College Uses Geothermal Runoff to Cut Water Use
The Salisbury Post (NC) – May 26, 2009

Gaming the Water System
Contra Costa Times (CA) – May 26, 2009

A California Town Squeezes Water from a Drought
NPR.org – May 26, 2009

Ranchers Worry Utah Will Give in to “Las Vegas Water Grab”
KSL-TV (UT) – May 25, 2009

Pumping Water, and Cash from the Delta
San Jose Mercury News – May 25, 2009

Rising Lake Levels Boon for Boaters, Bust for Baskers
The Holland Sentinel (MI) – May 25, 2009

Can Water Privatization Keep Milwaukee’s Budget Afloat?
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 24, 2009

Troubled Water
The Toronto Sun – May 23, 2009

Great Lakes Levels Not Creating Much Buzz locally
The Owen Sound Sun Times (Ontario) – May 23, 2009

Lake Water on Tap for Brentwood Estates
The Des Plaines Journal (IL) – May 23, 2009

Landmark Wisconsin Diversion of Lakes Water is Both Praised and Blasted
Blog, Great Lakes Echo – May 22, 2009

Water Wars – Myth, or Reality?
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – May 22, 2009

Oregon Tribes, Farmers Settle River Use Dispute
Associated Press – May 22, 2009

Hippies, Hollywood and the Flush Factor
The New York Times – May 22, 2009

Spring Rains End Drought for Now, Officials Still urge Conservation
The Washington Post – May 22, 2009

DNR Approves New Berlin Water Deal
The Milwaukee Business Journal – May 21, 2009

Water Deliveries Are Increased in California
Los Angeles Times – May 21, 2009

Mother Nature Lowered Lake Levels, No Boulders Needed
Editorial, The Bay City Times – May 21, 2009

Lake Superior Level Up
CKPR (Ontario) – May 21, 2009

Water Needs Electricity Needs Water…
The New York Times – May 21, 2009

Paterson’s New ‘Sin’ Industry, Bottled Water?
Commentary, The Buffalo news – May 21, 2009

New Berlin Request for Lake Water Approved, a First Under Great Lakes Compact
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 21, 2009

Compact Fees Worry Public Utilities
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 20, 2009

Conflicting Report on Dredging Remains Secret
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 20, 2009

Researchers Who Studied Lake Levels Seek Public Comment Wednesday in Cleveland
The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – May 19, 2009

California Officials Approve First Water Transfers
San Francisco Chronicle – May 19, 2009

How Much Water Do We Use?
Commentary, San Francisco Chronicle – May 19, 2009

Suing to Stop Bottled Water from Getting a Deposit Fee
The New York Times – May 19, 2009

As Glaciers Leave, Water Wars Come to the Andes
Scientific American.com – May 19, 2009

Water Levels on Lake Michigan, Huron a Foot Higher than Last Year
The Bay City Times (MI) – May 18, 2009

Unlike San Diego, Other Regions Take Proactive Steps to Cut Water Use at Golf Courses
North County Times (CA) – May 18, 2009

Study Lays Out $2.3 Billion Pipeline Proposal for OKC
NewsOn6.com (OK) – May 18, 2009

Waukesha Approves New Water Rates the Penalize High Users
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 15, 2009

Simple Steps to Cut Back on Indoor Water Use
San Antonio Express – May 15, 2009

Council OK’s Declaration of Drought
San Diego Union Tribune – May 15, 2009

Water Becoming as Precious as Oil
Medill Reports (IL) – May 15, 2009

Rising Lake Michigan Levels Swallowing Up Beaches
The Muskegon Chronicle (MI) – May 15, 2009

Climate Change, Water Shortages Conspire to Create 21st Century Dust Bowl
The New York Times – May 14, 2009

Water Managers Approve New Restrictions
The Miami Herald – May 14, 2009

Worsening Drought Leads to Second-Guessing Water Decisions
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel – May 14, 2009

Water War Culminates in an Unfettered Gunnison River
The Colorado Springs Gazette – May 14, 2009

Cottagers Fume as Lake Huron Sinks
The Toronto Star – May 14, 2009

Unwarranted: Clean Wisconsin Has Point on Waukesha Water, but Could’ve Acted Differently
Editorial, Wisconsin Journal Sentinel – May 13, 2009

San Diego Board Approves Desalination Plant
The Los Angeles Times – May 13, 2009

Rising Calls to Regulate California Groundwater
The New York Times – May 13,2 009

Getting to the Bottom of It
The North Star News (Ontario) – May 13, 2009

Concerned About Water Levels? Plan to Attend This
Event Listing, SooToday.com – May 13, 2009

Singin’ In The Rain
Commentary, The Huffington Post – May 13, 2009

Lake Lovers Face Water Wars
WYFF-TV (SC) – May 13, 2009

Group Extends Remarks Period for Lakes Study
MJS – May 13, 2009

Michigan Great Lakes Levels on The Rise
ABC 12 -TV (MI) – May 12, 2009

Drought Threatens Dairy Feed Supply
Editorial, Daily Herd Management magazine – May 12, 2009

The Water We Eat: Drought, Fish and the Fruit-and-Veg Problem
Commentary, Grist.org – May 12, 2009

California Water Agency Changes Course on Delta Smelt
New York Times – May 12, 2009

Drought and Politics Trouble Farmers in California
Morning Edition, NPR – May 11, 2009


Problems? What Water Problems?
Commentary, East County Magazine (San Diego, CA) – May 11, 2009

Windsor Water Savers Will Benefit
The Windsor Star – May 11, 2009

Alabama, Florida and Georgia Face Off over Water
The Miami Herald – May 11, 2009

Is Atlanta Entitled to Lanier’s Supply?
Atlanta Journal Constitution – May 11, 2009

Oklahoma Lawmakers Want to Prevent Water Giveaway
Houston Chronicle (TX) – May 10, 2009

UP Drought Remains, Despite Recent Rainfall
UpperMichigansSource.com – May 8, 2009

Groups Press to See Report on Lake Levels Before Public Comment Period
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 7, 2009

Nestle Bottled Water War Heats Up in Arkansas River Valley
The Colorado independent – May 7, 2009

City Council to Consider Mandatory Water Rationing Limits
San Diego Union Tribune – May 7, 2009

Water Issues Effect Canadians Too
Editorial, The Belleville Intelligencer – May 7, 2009

Study of Lake Level Wasn’t Reviewed
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 6, 2009

Georgian Bay Association Disputes Great Lakes Study Findings
The Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin (Ontario) – May 6, 2009

New Berlin Mayor Looks Forward, Expects Lake Water by July 1st
The Waukesha Freeman – May 6, 2009

Lake Mead is Drying Up
GOOD Magazine – May 6, 2009

Better Water Use Could Reduce Future Food Crises
ScienceDaily.com – May 5, 2009

Improving Great Lakes is Well Within Our Reach
Commentary, The London Free Press (Ontario) – May 4, 2009

Utilities Face Task of Sharing Hard-Fought Water
The Colorado Springs Gazette – May 4, 2009

Waukesha Utility Sees Support for Shift to Lake Water
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 4, 2009

Clean Wisconsin Overzealous with Waukesha Water Rate Demands
Commentary, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 4, 2009

Compact Didn’t End Threat to Lakes
Commentary, The Lansing State Journal (MI) – May 3, 2009

We Must Not Treat Water As a Privately Owned Commodity
Commentary, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 2, 2009

Climate Change Partly to Blame for Lower Lakes
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – May 2, 2009

St. Clair Study Won’t End Dispute
Detroit Free Press – May 2, 2009

Natural Causes Cited for Drop in Lake Huron Levels
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) – May 2, 2009

Study: Upper Great Lakes Not Losing Extra Water
Chicago Tribune, AP Article – May 1, 2009

Study: Erosion, Not Dredging Lowered River, and Problem Not Getting Worse
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – May 1, 2009

No Action Needed on Dropping Lake Levels, IJC Says
The Sarnia Observer (Ontario) – May 1, 2009

Group Pans Great Lakes Study on Falling Water Levels
The Markdale Standard (Ontario) – May 1, 2009

Colorado Water War Ends in Deal
The Denver Post – May 1, 2009

There’s Untapped Power in That Water
The New Jersey Star-Ledger – May 1, 2009

 

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