Yearly Archives: 2002

Working together to restore the Great Lakes

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Great Lakes are the freshwater jewels of the entire world. But it will take many hands to restore their luster.

Building Partnerships for Restoration will be the theme of the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Great Lakes Commission, Oct. 14-15 in Cleveland, Ohio. The meeting ...   Read More »

Great Lakes Commission establishes two new program areas

Communications, information management functions will expand 

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Great Lakes Commission announces the creation of two new program areas that will greatly enhance its capacity to manage and distribute information critical to informed public policy decisionmaking.

The new program areas are Communications and Internet Technology, and ...   Read More »

2002 Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship

To recognize outstanding achievement and vision in electronic communications technology

Amber Miller, a first-year student in Political Science and Environmental Biology at the University of Dayton (Ohio), is the winner of the 2002 Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship.

“Through my studies, I hope to help stop or slow the pollution ...   Read More »

Congress authorizes Great Lakes Basin Progam for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control

Water quality will benefit 

Ann Arbor, Mich. – Great Lakes water quality advocates are applauding new federal legislation authorizing the Great Lakes Basin Program for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control, a Great Lakes Commission-coordinated effort that supports innovative soil conservation and water quality enhancement projects throughout the Great Lakes basin....   Read More »

Ontario, Québec take seats on Great Lakes Commission Board

Provincial representatives gain associate member status

Ann Arbor, Mich. – In a move to enhance joint management of the binational Great Lakes-St. Lawrence system, the Great Lakes Commission has welcomed Ontario and Québec to its board of directors.

Acting unanimously, the board recently voted to extend associate member status to ...   Read More »

Local projects to improve Great Lakes water quality

Ann Arbor, Mich. – Water quality and soil conservation in the Great Lakes states are getting a boost from a wide range of local projects that will promote erosion control, clearer streams and lakes, and sound land-use practices.

The Great Lakes Commission has selected 34 projects to share more than ...   Read More »

Shared waters, shared future on agenda

Great Lakes Commission Semiannual Meeting in Québec City May 7-8

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The future of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence system and the issues and challenges to be faced will be explored by policymakers and opinion leaders from the United States and Canada when the Great Lakes Commission holds ...   Read More »

Great Lakes Commission outlines plan to “Restore the Greatness”

2002 Great Lakes Program unveiled in Washington, D.C.

Ann Arbor, Mich. – Five lakes. Seven goals. One ecosystem.

Calling for bold action to undo a legacy of misuse, the Great Lakes Commission has issued a seven-point strategy to revitalize the Great Lakes, the greatest system of fresh water on the face of ...   Read More »

Introducing: The Great Lakes Endowment

An Invitation to Become a “Friend of the Great Lakes” @ friendsofthegreatlakes.org

The Great Lakes Commission announces a major new initiative to promote a healthy environment, a prosperous and sustainable economy, and a high quality of life in this great binational region. The Great Lakes Endowment has been established to enhance ...   Read More »

“Sixth Great Lake” finally gets its due

U.S., Canadians tackle Lake St. Clair cleanup

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The body of water sometimes known as the “Sixth Great Lake” is finally getting treated like one.

A binational coalition, headed by the Great Lakes Commission and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is developing a plan to address ...   Read More »

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