How to fix Lake St. Clair’s environmental problems — and why it hasn’t happened yet

How to fix Lake St. Clair’s environmental problems — and why it hasn’t happened yet

In Michigan, the raw or partially treated sewage entering Lake St. Clair — which has contributed to weeks of closed beaches every summer and areas of mucky, smelly shorelines — can be stopped. The city of Port Huron’s success is proof. Read the full story by The Detroit Free Press.

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