Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation
The Centre is a non-profit,
charitable organization dedicated to the conservation and wise
stewardship of Lake Huron's coastal ecosystems. Its mission is to
provide leadership and expertise, in collaboration with partners, to
achieve a healthy coastal ecosystem. The Coastal Centre focuses on
four environmental priorities: water quality, biodiversity, coastal
processes and climate change. Through education, research, planning
and community outreach, the Centre endeavors to prevent
environmental degradation, and influence attitudes and behavior
toward the coastal environment.
Great Lakes BioBlitz
Designed as part festival, part
educational event, part scientific endeavor, a BioBlitz brings
together scientists, volunteers and the public to see how many
species they can count in a day-long biological survey.
Great Lakes Interagency Task Force www.epa.gov/glnpo/taskforce
Created by an Executive Order from President Bush on May 18,
2004, the Task Force will focus on outcomes like cleaner water and
sustainable fisheries, and target measurable results.
This site, organized
according to the four thematic areas of restoring, collaborating,
advancing and Estuary Restoration Act (ERA), serves as a gateway to
detailed NOAA restoration
publications, web sites,
materials, and case studies.
The International Association of Great
Lakes and St. Lawrence Mayors' 2004 Conference
Join the Association in Chicago, Illinois, on July
14-16 to discuss the status of the system and get in touch with the
region's mayors and representatives of organizations and businesses
whose work directly affects the region.