Lakes Protection Fund
The Great Lakes Protection Fund
is a private, not-for-profit, corporation formed by the governors of
the Great Lakes states in 1989 to support regional actions that
restore the health of the Great Lakes. The Fund has invested over
$41 million in 196 regional projects and returned over $31 million
to member states for their individual priorities. The Fund welcomes
proposals for projects that produce results for the entire
ecosystem, are carried out by collaborative teams, and tackle issues
that have not been addressed at basin scale.
The Great Plant Escape
Now that the Thanksgiving feasts
are over, kids of all ages will enjoy these fun activities. Help
"Detective LePlant" identify the different parts of plants, what
each part does, and how plants grow and move from your garden to
your dinner table.
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Botulism in lakes Erie, Ontario
How have the Great Lakes fared in 2003? Find out
2003 Great Lakes Beach Conference
View presentations from the
Great Lakes Beach Association's Third Annual Meeting, held Oct.
21-22 in conjunction with the Lake Michigan: State of the Lake
Hunting and Fishing in the Great Lakes
Check out this section of GLIN for helpful news and
information on state regulations, licenses, laws and more. Also
Great Lakes Fish and Fishing to learn about familiar fish
species in the lakes, threats to the fish population, and tips on
how to keep safe.
Can you name this mystery fish?
here for the answer!