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Great Lakes Commission applauds harbor maintenance provisions in water resources legislation

For immediate release: May 17, 2013  |  Download PDF
Contact:
Matt Doss, mdoss@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Great Lakes Commission welcomes Senate action this week on a new Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) that includes provisions intended to increase critically needed resources to alleviate the backlog ...   Read More »

Great Lakes Commission and USDA-NRCS launch innovative phosphorus trading program

For immediate release: April 16, 2013  |  Download News Release PDF  |  Download FAQ PDF
Contact:
Victoria Pebbles, vpebbles@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135

Ann Arbor, Mich. – To help alleviate high nutrient levels and algal blooms, a phosphorus credit trading program for the Lower Fox River watershed in Wisconsin will ...   Read More »

New interactive map showcases Great Lakes Restoration at Work

For immediate release: April 9, 2013  |  Download PDF
Contact:
Matt Doss, mdoss@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135

Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Great Lakes Commission has unveiled a new interactive map showcasing nearly 1,000 restoration projects being implemented under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI). The site, available at www.glc.org/restore/glrimap, ...   Read More »

New phosphorus credit trading program for Lower Fox River watershed in Wisconsin

For immediate release: March 25, 2013  |  Download PDF
Contact:
Victoria Pebbles, vpebbles@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135

A phosphorus credit trading program for the Lower Fox River watershed in Wisconsin is being developed through a new effort under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The three-year project, to commence in April, will ...   Read More »

Low water levels and deteriorating Great Lakes infrastructure top priorities of Great Lakes Commission

For immediate release: March 6, 2013  |  Download PDF
Contact: Tim Eder, teder@glc.org, office: 734-971-9135, cell: 734-604-7281
Washington, D.C. – 100-year-old water resources infrastructure, built before World War I, is trying to serve 20th century needs in the Great Lakes region. Delegates to the Great Lakes Commission’s Semiannual Meeting, ...   Read More »

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