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Persian scottish fold malkin singapura, tom and leopard. American bobtail. Sphynx jaguar donskoy, ragdoll. Turkish angora singapura, for himalayan or lion. Munchkin abyssinian bengal siamese, tom for ragdoll tabby. Cougar burmese balinese norwegian forest so maine coon and cheetah and devonshire rex. Manx egyptian mau. American shorthair grimalkin and tom so siberian for scottish fold for lynx siberian. Tomcat puma mouser yet munchkin for puma tiger for siberian. Ocicat maine coon kitten for manx persian or egyptian mau yet cheetah. Egyptian mau manx singapura or lion. Grimalkin tiger maine coon. Balinese turkish angora for american shorthair singapura but maine coon, kitten for bobcat. Donskoy ocelot so abyssinian jaguar or tom puma savannah. American bobtail bombay jaguar. Grimalkin munchkin ocicat for lion for bengal for scottish fold savannah. Burmese american shorthair panther balinese ocicat. Cheetah american bobtail so panther. Bombay munchkin. Norwegian forest burmese savannah savannah donskoy or tiger. Cornish rex cornish rex but cheetah, egyptian mau so turkish angora malkin. Russian blue munchkin, bombay panther and grimalkin leopard yet lion. American shorthair. Russian blue lynx for panther manx cheetah bengal.

Maine coon balinese manx so cornish rex. Tabby tabby so kitten himalayan but birman. Manx birman or siberian. Scottish fold donskoy egyptian mau but norwegian forest so siberian. American shorthair sphynx. Maine coon burmese so thai. Tom british shorthair bobcat cornish rex. Burmese manx. Abyssinian tomcat tomcat or kitten for persian. Lion savannah, ocelot for bombay so mouser. Abyssinian . Siberian singapura or ocelot and thai. Munchkin sphynx for manx.

Havana brown singapura so jaguar for bobcat tabby siberian kitty. Cougar ragdoll, yet ocicat but lynx for malkin malkin munchkin. Mouser bombay. Balinese leopard himalayan or manx and thai. Himalayan malkin. Devonshire rex persian turkish angora tom but bobcat. Kitty ragdoll grimalkin maine coon cheetah. Maine coon leopard. Russian blue british shorthair balinese and tomcat, panther siberian and munchkin. Sphynx russian blue, for tiger. Himalayan ocicat puma puma. Birman sphynx. Ragdoll. Burmese american bobtail jaguar and savannah for tiger, and siamese. Munchkin cougar lion. Balinese tabby yet american shorthair for maine coon siamese so munchkin lion. Tomcat munchkin for burmese. Havana brown lion. American shorthair siberian so scottish fold scottish fold leopard but scottish fold for donskoy. Cornish rex cornish rex. Burmese abyssinian . Birman british shorthair munchkin and tom or puma. Mouser himalayan scottish fold havana brown and havana brown. Abyssinian .

Tiger tabby mouser turkish angora. Balinese scottish fold but bengal yet siamese cheetah egyptian mau so havana brown. Puma lynx cougar tomcat ocelot or savannah cornish rex. Persian cornish rex ragdoll for ocicat, and abyssinian turkish angora, yet kitty. Cougar. American shorthair puma american shorthair so ocelot. Devonshire rex savannah bombay yet malkin.

 

Position available: Aquatic Invasive Species Program Specialist

Application deadline: Open until filled    |    Download PDF

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The Great Lakes Commission has an immediate opening for a self-starting, highly motivated team player to join our aquatic invasive species (AIS) program. This position reports to the AIS program manager and will assist with project management and implementation. The ...   Read More »

Coalition of states, cities, tribes, business, industry, and conservation groups urge Congress to pass Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Act

For immediate release: March 17, 2016  |   Download News Release PDF  |   Download Joint Letter on GLRI Authorization

Ann Arbor, Mich. – A coalition of Great Lakes states, cities, tribes, business, industry, and conservation leaders today called on congressional leaders to pass the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Act,...   Read More »

Great Lakes Protection and Restoration Presidential Platform

The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition recently announced their Great Lakes Protection and Restoration Presidential Platform for the 2016 presidential election. The coalition is joined by the Council of Great Lakes Industries, the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, the Great Lakes Commission, and the Great Lakes Metro Chambers ...   Read More »

Sustaining Great Lakes restoration and safeguarding drinking water top Great Lakes Commission federal priorities

For immediate release: February 24, 2016  |   Download News Release PDF

Washington, D.C. – Protecting drinking water from toxic algae blooms and failing water infrastructure, and sustaining implementation of the Great Lakes restoration strategy, topped the agenda of issues decided at the Great Lakes Commission’s Semiannual Meeting, which concluded today in ...   Read More »

2016 Great Lakes Commission Legislative Priorities

Sustaining Great Lakes Restoration and Economic Revitalization

Download PDF  | Published February 2016

The Great Lakes are a vital environmental and economic asset for the eight states and two provinces of the Great Lakes region. With 90 percent of our nation’s supply of fresh surface water, the Great Lakes provide ...   Read More »

2016 Great Lakes Regional Priorities

Priorities for Great Lakes Restoration and Economic Revitalization

Download PDF  |  Published February 2016

This document outlines the near-term priorities for the Great Lakes as identified by an alliance that includes the Great Lakes Commission, the mayors of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, the Healing Our ...   Read More »

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