Wilderness Survival

There’s been an increasing interest in wilderness survival classes recently,
sparked in large part by Y-2-K doomsayers. But survival training isn’t
new – for years, hikers, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts have taken
these classes to improve their skills…and along the way, often realize a
deeper connection with the environment. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium’s
Wendy Nelson reports:

Artificial Reefs: A Help or a Hindrance?

Artificial reefs are being built in the Great Lakes to attract fish.
Sport fishing groups like them because the reefs make it easier to catch
fish. However…the Great Lakes Radio Consortium’s Lester Graham reports
some conservationists are concerned the artificial reefs could destroy
natural habitat:

Quieting Those Annoying Jet-Skis

Manufacturers of personal watercraft are making efforts to cut down on
complaints this summer. Plans include better training for people who
buy the waterbikes and cutting down on noise. The Great Lakes Radio
Consortium’s Mike Simonson has more: