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Water Quality Data Collection Inefficient

A government report has found federal agencies collect a lot of data on water quality, but don't always share the information in a way that can help the environment. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports.  Go to full article
Jay Nash

Preview: Rock for the River in Clayton

Musicians from around the country gather at the Clayton Opera House tonight (7:30) for Rock for the River, a benefit concert for the environmental group "Save the River". Todd Moe talks with Los Angeles singer/guitarist Jay Nash who came up with the idea for the concert. Originally from Syracuse, Nash spent most of his summers playing guitar in the Thousand Islands and still considers it home.  Go to full article

Interview: Bruce Chassy - GM Foods are Safer

Critics of genetically engineered foods question the safety of using genes from different species to alter the behavior of plants. But the supporters of bio-engineered crops say the plants are rigorously tested before they're allowed on the market. In the second of two interviews on the subject, the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham talks with Bruce Chassy. Chassy is with the University of Illinois' biotechnology center. Graham asked why the agriculture industry is pushing genetically engineered crops.  Go to full article

Interview: Jeff Smith?Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods

Products made from genetically engineered crops are appearing in more and more foods. There's a good chance just about any prepackaged food that's made with soybean oil, soy...  Go to full article

Air Pollution's Link to Heart Disease

The American Heart Association says air pollution appears to be a risk factor when it comes to heart disease. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Chris Lehman reports.  Go to full article

Study: Air Pollution Reduced During Blackout

A new study indicates that air pollution dropped significantly the day after last year's power blackout in the Northeast and upper Midwest. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's...  Go to full article

Cleaning Up School Bus Fumes

The Environmental Protection Agency has picked school districts in the Great Lakes region as the first to receive its so-called "Clean School Bus" grants this year. The...  Go to full article

Swimming the Hudson for Clean Water - An Update

Jody Tosti checks in with Christopher Swain, who plans to swim the entire 315 miles of the Hudson River from Lake Tear of the Clouds to Manhattan and the Atlantic Ocean to...  Go to full article
Atlas author Jerry Jenkins

A New Adirondack Atlas, A New Vision of the Park

The new Atlas of the Adirondacks book gathers together hundreds
of maps and illustrations, with detailed text. The result is a rich, geographic portrait of the world...  Go to full article
Eurasian Watermilfoil

Money For Battling Lake George Milfoil

Governor Pataki says he'll give forty thousand dollars to groups in Lake George that are fighting the spread of Eurasian watermilfoil. In a release, Pataki said the grants...  Go to full article

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