Lake Erie... it can be as simple as a lazy day at the beach or as complex as issues that cross political boarders.
For centuries, these waters have provided vital shipping lanes, abundant food, and the power to drive industry.
It was a battle that would determine the fate of our region, the fate of our country. Nine American ships sailed across Lake Erie to victory. Repelling a fleet of foreign invaders.
Some see it as an awe-inspiring natural wonder. Others... a family vacation. A prize-winning walleye, a shipping superhighway, a new source of energy, or a scientific resource.
It is the 11th largest lake on earth. Within its currents flows the story of where we've been and where we are headed.
The battle of Lake Erie 2013 -- different century, same result.
Labor Day Sea Show aboard the WW II submarine is in response to the cancellation of the Cleveland National Air Show
As a Professor Emeritus from The Ohio State University, Dr. Herdenorf shares his expertise on Lake Erie.
The Lake Carriers' Association President talks about his views on Great Lakes shipping.
The Director of OSU's Stone Lab and Ohio Sea Grant College Program has seen many challenges and improvements on the Lake.
The owner of Fisherman's Wharf in Port Clinton, Capt. McCann has a history of working on the Lake.