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Preserving a Grand (Lake) View

Preserving a Grand (Lake) View

The windows lining one side of the Grand River Dam Authority’s water research laboratory actually look out onto the waters of Grand Lake. That is fitting, considering the purpose of the lab. Created in 1935 to be a “conservation and reclamation district” for the...

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Boating Safety – Did You Know?

Briefing on Board

Briefing on Board

Briefing people once they are on board the boat is an often overlooked, but a very important safety measure. Those that have taken cruises on large ships will recall practicing safety drills before the ship disembarks. Too often, we assume the crew or passengers have...

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Faulty Electric Connections

Faulty Electric Connections

Many boaters and fishermen have added equipment to their boats in the off-season requiring electrical connections for power. Be sure the wiring is adequate to carry the load. Inadequate wiring and overloading of cables or outlets may cause overheating with the...

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Electrical Safety Tips For Boaters

Electrical Safety Tips For Boaters

While the Grand River Dam Authority continues to recognize May as National Electric Safety Month, it is also understood that Memorial Day weekend is a good time to think about boating safety. So, in this week’s installment of Power For Progress, we wanted to pass...

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Life Jacket Safety Tips For Boaters From GRDA

Life Jacket Safety Tips For Boaters From GRDA

GRDA Police always encourage all visitors to Grand and Hudson Lakes to wear their life jackets on the water. According to the United States Coast Guard, drowning is the cause of three-fourths of all boating fatalities, and among those fatalities 85 percent of the...

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