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* Site of the Month: NWF's Great Lakes Natural Resource Center
* GLIN Welcomes the Great Lakes Science Center Online
* Funding Deadlines Reminder


Check out GLIN's January SITE OF THE MONTH: the National Wildlife 
Federation, Great Lakes Natural Resource Center

NWF's Great Lakes Natural Resource Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
works to unite people throughout the Great Lakes region to protect 
the world's greatest freshwater seas, the surrounding ecosystem, 
and the benefits they provide to people and wildlife. The center's 
newly redesigned site features tools, tips and information for 
actions you can take to help. A GLIN partner since 1995, the 
center provides myriad links to understanding the hottest issues 
affecting the Great Lakes.


GLIN Welcomes the Great Lakes Science Center Online

The center is dedicated to providing scientific information for 
the management of the Great Lakes' biological resources. 
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the center has biological 
stations and research vessels located throughout the basin. Its 
research spans a range of studies including fish populations and 
communities, aquatic habitats, terrestrial ecology, nearshore and 
coastal communities and the biological processes that occur in the 
Great Lakes ecosystem. You can reach the center's new web site 
from GLIN's Great Links page at 
http://www.great-lakes.net/links/links.html or GLIN's Education 
and Research Organizations page at 


Funding Deadline Reminder

This month marks the deadlines for several funding opportunities 
for Great Lakes-related projects. For more information, check out 
GLIN's Grants and Funding Sources page at 

Paula McIntyre
GLIN Staff
Great Lakes Commission