The Latest and Greatest for the Great Lakes: Innovations in Assessment, Monitoring and Restoration of Beneficial Uses in Great Lakes Areas of Concern
Friday, November 22, 2002
Saginaw Valley State University
Are you or your organization involved in Great Lakes restoration efforts?
This workshop will review federal and state programs for assessing, monitoring and reporting on progress in restoring beneficial uses in the Areas of Concern designated under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The workshop will include case studies on the latest technologies and management approaches for restoring environmental quality in the Great Lakes and a review of guidelines for delisting the Areas of Concern.
The workshop is open to all interested parties and will be particularly important for members of public advisory councils in the Areas of Concern, local officials, and others interested in Great Lakes restoration efforts.
Please mark your calendar and reserve Friday, Nov. 22 for this important workshop.
A workshop flyer, with a complete agenda and registration form, will be available later this month.
Sponsored by the Statewide Public Advisory Council for Michiganís Great Lakes Areas of Concern Program, Great Lakes Commission, International Joint Commission, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
For more information, contact John Hummer or Matt Doss, Great Lakes Commission, 734-665-9135, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. (After October 21, please phone 734-971-9135).