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Enviro-Mich message from Matt Doss <mdoss@glc.org>


Lake St. Clair: Its Current State and Future Prospects

Nov. 30 - Dec. 1, 1999
Thomas Edison Inn
Port Huron, Michigan

Conference Program and Registration Form Now Available!

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program
Office and its partner agencies and organizations are pleased to
announce an upcoming conference titled “Lake St. Clair: Its Current
State and Future Prospects,” to be held Nov. 30 - Dec. 1, 1999 at the
Thomas Edison Inn in Port Huron, Michigan.

The conference will provide a binational forum to exchange information
on the state of Lake St. Clair, discuss critical issues, and review the
many programs, policies and institutions responsible for managing the
lake.  Using this information, conference participants will identify
actions, resources and collaboration needed to implement environmental
improvements within the lake and its watershed.

The conference is intended for resource managers, local officials,
elected representatives and other stakeholders involved in
implementation efforts to address the environmental problems facing Lake
St. Clair.  The conference offers a valuable opportunity to learn more
about Lake St. Clair and help build consensus on the actions needed to
protect this valuable resource.  A $50 registration fee will cover all
conference materials, lunch and evening reception on Nov. 30, and a
follow-up mailing with presentation abstracts and an executive summary
of the conference proceedings.

Please mark your calendar for Nov. 30 - Dec. 1, 1999 and plan to
participate in this important forum.  The registration deadline is
Wednesday, Nov. 24!

To receive a detailed agenda and registration form, contact Matt Doss at
the Great Lakes Commission at 734-665-9135, mdoss@glc.org.

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