On the shore of Lake Michigan, a little further inland, a beaver is swimming.
It’s a sign of the season: A year ago, it was a sign that the water was safe for swimming in.
But this year, the lake is a sign the lake has become a lake of peril for beavers.
A sign that something has gone terribly wrong.
Lake Michigan has been closed since May 8.
Water quality tests showed the water is toxic, and some wildlife, including the beaver, have been killed.
The lake has been contaminated with PCBs, a chemical known to cause birth defects.
PCBs can be released by power plants, factories and mines.
Many people and pets live in the vicinity of the lake.
It was supposed to be a safe water supply, but residents are worried that it will soon become a haven for beaver-eating fish.
“It’s kind of a shame,” said Chris Daugherty, president of the Lake Superior Beavers Association, which represents the beavers of the beech forest in the area.
“They’re the only thing that makes it safe.”
Daugherty and other environmentalists say they are frustrated that the lake and other parts of northern Minnesota, including parts of the Great Lakes and Lake Huron, haven’t been tested for the chemicals in the lake’s water.
They say the lake should have been tested several years ago, before it was closed.
Daugchers is also concerned that the lakes water quality has deteriorated so badly that it could become dangerous.
Lake Huron has been a lake for more than 100 years.
It has had its fair share of problems.
The Great Lakes region has experienced several big droughts, and the water quality in Lake Huronton has dropped sharply in recent years.
This year, lake levels were about the same as they were in 1997.
But the Great Lake, like the Great Plains, is changing faster than the rest of the world.
A study published this month in the journal Environmental Science & Technology looked at water quality data in the Great Basin from 1997 to 2020, the most recent data available.
It found that lakes in northern Lake Michigan have more contaminants than Lake Huronia.
In the Great lakes, water quality changes with the seasons, and changes in pollution levels are also part of the changing climate.
In the late 1970s, the Great Sioux Tribe and other Native American tribes were fighting against the dumping of toxic waste in the region’s rivers.
In 1979, the state of Minnesota began to reduce its pollution levels by banning the dumping.
But in 1992, a major oil spill in the Bakken formation in North Dakota killed hundreds of workers and prompted a state-led cleanup.
Dauphin County, which includes parts of Lake Hurons northern shore, is now the most polluted county in the country.
Daughers is frustrated that his organization hasn’t been able to get a hold of federal officials to look at the lake water.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has said it plans to begin testing Lake Michigan’s water on July 11.
The EPA’s chief scientist, Robert Dannenfelser, has said that water quality testing should start within two weeks.
The EPA has been looking for a long time for answers about the toxic chemicals in Lake Michigan.
It hasn’t had any until now.
The department sent samples of water from the lake to the EPA in May to analyze for contaminants, and then sent samples to other laboratories to look for the same chemicals.
The tests are expected to take a couple of weeks, and it will be hard to know if any contaminants have been found.
The samples were taken from water samples collected between May 1 and May 7, and about a dozen samples were tested on April 1.
“We are very confident in the testing and the results,” said Dr. Eric Schmitz, a water quality scientist at the University of Minnesota, who is leading the testing.
“I am sure that we will be able to determine which contaminants have actually been found.”
The EPA says it has begun a public health study to determine if there is a link between the lake-water contamination and human health risks.
But that study is expected to last for a couple more weeks.
Dannafelser said he doesn’t think it will take long to find out.
“What we have to look forward to is a better understanding of what’s happening in the water, and what it means for the environment,” he said.
“What it means to the health of the communities where the water goes.
I’m sure there are many communities in the world that have problems with pollution from pollution from power plants.
It would be very hard to tell from a sampling of a lake if there’s pollution coming from power stations or from water.”