To: Detroit River-Western Lake Erie Stakeholders
From: John Hartig
Subject: State of the Strait Conference on Dec. 5th
State of the Strait is held every two years to foster U.S.-Canadian cooperation, strengthen the science-policy linkage, and continuously improve managemnet efforts. This year's State of the Strait Conference is focussed on status and trends of key indicators for Detroit River and Western Lake Erie. All interested stakeholders are invited. See information below. Please note that all must register because space is limited, but there is no conference registration fee. Lunch is provided free.
State of the Strait Conference
Status and Trends of Key Indicators
State of the Strait Conference is an important mechanism that fosters Canada-U.S.
cooperation, strengthens our knowledge, and continuously improves our
management efforts. Come learn about the current status and trends of key indicators for the Detroit River and Western Lake Erie.
Tuesday, December 5, 2006
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Flat Rock Community Center, Flat Rock, Michigan
Register: To register for the Conference please contact Ms. Giovanna Stasiuk of the International Joint Commission at 519-257-6717 or TUstasiukg@windsor.ijc.org UT
Fee: No charge, however, you must register because seating is limited
Questions: If there are any questions regarding the conference, please
contact Emily Wilke at: Emily_Wilke@fws.gov
To learn more about these indicators go to: http://www.epa.gov/med/grosseile_site/indicators/index.html
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, University of Michigan?Dearborn, Michigan Environmental Management Association, Michigan Sea Grant, Metropolitan Affairs Coalition, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, DTE Energy, International Joint Commission, Canadian Consulate, Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc., Great Lakes Fishery Trust, University of Windsor,
International Wildlife Refuge Alliance, Friends of the Detroit River