Indigenous diasporas and making 'home' in the Rust Belt.
Chicago is the most dangerous city in the country for birds. Meet the people who want to change that.
On the eroding shores of Lakes Michigan and Huron, a buried eighteenth-century lumber port, and the stakes of inaction.
Sixty years ago, my parents took us on a driving tour of Lake Michigan, the quintessential Midwest road trip.
Olcott, New York—"The French Riviera of Lake Ontario"—has sunk and rebounded in a way so minor, yet major enough to feel like a triumph.
A land acknowledgement, plus ten stories from the archives on Indigenous life in the region.
The city was once a bustling and infamous Great Lakes port. How should it be remembered?
The contested case of the Icebreaker Wind Farm has implications for renewable energy in the region.
How Chicago is coping with the effects of climate change.
Lessons from one 1971 near-disaster for the future of nuclear power in the region.
A writer goes in search of a community worthy of the title—and her own Midwestern identity.
In an era of climate change and corporate extraction, what will it take to manage the Great Lakes?