New Canadian law will change rules for American boaters and anglers

New Canadian law will change rules for American boaters and anglers

Reporting to Canadian Customs no longer necessary under certain conditions. By Mary Bohling Things are about to get easier for American boaters and anglers who venture into Canadian waters thanks to a new border enforcement law stemming from a bill drafted by Canadian...
Clean Marina programs extend stewardship of the Great Lakes environment

Clean Marina programs extend stewardship of the Great Lakes environment

Michigan Sea Grant, as coordinator of the Great Lakes Clean Marina Network, has been active in supporting environmental sensitivity in the recreational boating industry. It recently provided two grants to support Great Lakes Clean Marina programs. It also produced and...
Sustainable Small Harbors Webinar

Sustainable Small Harbors Webinar

Michigan Sea Grant to host webinar about Sustainable Small Harbors project findings and next steps On May 8 at 2–3:30 p.m. EDT, Michigan Sea Grant will host a webinar titled, “The Sustainable Small Harbors Project: Helping coastal communities re-imagine their...

Detroit museum highlights importance of maritime history in Michigan

Among collections are biographies of more than 20,000 ships that have sailed on Great Lakes. By Steve Stewart   This is the first in a series of articles focusing on Great Lakes maritime heritage. Maritime heritage, according to the National Oceanic and...