Love the Great Lakes? Join Allison Devereaux as she explores the largest freshwater system on earth. Unsalted: a podcast for people who live, work and play on the Great Lakes.
The Christmas Tree Ship
Who was Captain Santa? Ellen Kennedy from the National Museum of the Great Lakes tells us about the sinking of the Rouse Simmons in Lake Michigan, with a crew and 5500 Christmas trees on board.
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Pop the champagne, the lake trout are making babies
Conservationists are trying to bring back the lake trout to Lake Erie. After decades of stocking, they made a new discovery: fry. Pop the champagne, because these baby trout show the adult population is breeding. Jim Markham, Senior Aquatic Biologist at New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, tells us the story of lake trout recovery.
Lifeguarding on Lake Huron
In his 24 years on Grand Bend's Beach Patrol, lifeguard Scott Ruddle has seen a lot. He talks about life in the tower at one of the lake's busiest beaches.
Don’t be a nurdle: Great Lakes plastics
We've seen plastic swirling around the ocean, but how much is in the Great Lakes? Meet Eddie Olshansky, a kayaker on the Cuyahoga River who is reeling in trash. We're also joined by Patricia Corcoran, an earth scientist at Western University.
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Chicago's Great Lake Jumper
It started as a hangover cure, but Dan O’Conor ended up jumping in Lake Michigan every day for a year straight. 365 days, 365 jumps.
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From Hawaii to the Great Lakes
Oahu surfer Timmy Matthews traded the Pacific Ocean for Lake Ontario.
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Interesting and educational stories with entertaining storytelling
The Great Lakes are so huge yet largely ignored. This podcast sheds a light on so many interesting activities that surround these lakes that are a subtle but substantial part of our continent. Highly recommended!
Fresh water friend
New listener, enjoy the unique stories of our Great Lakes.
Just a few episodes in and already amazed by these stories from in and around the lakes. Interesting guests and a stellar host and interviewer. Recommended!