Three-day Great Lakes Restoration Conference to stream live

Sept. 10, 2014

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Live stream coverage of the conference, which will address topics ranging from algae blooms to invasive species to water levels, can be found on the PBS NewsHour website.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — PBS partner station Detroit Public Television and Great Lakes Now are hosting the three-day Great Lakes Restoration Conference on the future of the Great Lakes which began Sept. 9 and ends Sept. 11, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, according to a press release.

Live stream coverage of the conference addressing topics ranging from algae blooms to invasive species to water levels, can be found on the PBS NewsHour website, stated the release.

Full coverage for all sessions and key note speakers is available on Detroit Public Television’s website, noted the release.

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