Mr. Great Lakes

Mr. Great Lakes is a weekly radio broadcast produced by Jeff Kart, the owner of an online environmental communications company called Enviroprose.

Recent Stories

Mr. Great Lakes on meteors and meters

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The latest annual net metering and solar pilot program report from the Michigan Public Service Commission shows an 18 percent increase in the program’s size compared to 2012. One of the biggest and most-visible astronomical events of the year is happening this month. Kids in Nature events are planned for the Discovery Preserve at Euclid Park in coming months. Click the audio for details and Mr. Great Lakes for the text. Mr. Great Lakes is heard at 9 a.m. Fridays in Bay City, Mich., on Delta College Q-90.1 FM NPR and is rebroadcast on Great Lakes Echo with permission. Continue Reading →

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Mr. Great Lakes: Climate change, health and mussels

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Mr. Great Lakes (Jeff Kart) reports from Bay City, Michigan’s Delta College Q-90.1 FM. Mr. Great Lakes, Climate Change, Children’s Health and Mussels by Great Lakes Echo

This week, Kart discusses climate change in the Great Lakes, protecting children’s health and fighting mussels with algae. Text at Mr. Great Lakes Continue Reading →

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Mr. Great Lakes: Birds in Tawas, white-nosed bats and Earth Day

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Mr. Great Lakes (Jeff Kart) reports from Bay City, Michigan’s Delta College Q-90.1 FM. White-Nose Syndrome in Michigan, Birds in Tawas, and Earth Day in Bay City | Mr Great Lakes by Great Lakes Echo

This week, Kart discusses the white-nose syndrome recently found in Michigan bats, the Tawas Point Birding Festival and Bay City’s plans for Earth Day. Text at Mr. Great Lakes Continue Reading →

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Mr. Great Lakes: Manure runoff, Lake Huron Summit and solar panel glare

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Mr. Great Lakes (Jeff Kart) reports from Bay City, Michigan’s Delta College Q-90.1 FM. Mr. Great Lakes, 4.11.14 by Great Lakes Echo

This week, Kart discusses a coalition to end the use of manure as fertilizer in winter, a Lake Huron Watershed Summit and issues with solar panel glare. Text at Mr. Great Lakes Continue Reading →

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