Lake Ontario Conservation
Central Lake Ontario
Conservation is an important partner in the protection and
enhancement of over 15 major watersheds that flow into Lake Ontario
at the east end of the Greater Toronto Area. Established in 1958,
the mandate of the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority is to
work toward the awareness, understanding, wise use and enhancement
of watershed resources for the benefit of the natural environment in
partnership with the Region of Durham including: Cities of Oshawa
and Pickering, Towns of Ajax and Whitby, Municipality of Clarington,
Townships of Scugog and Uxbridge and all watershed residents.
Current Drinking Water
Ohio EPA has unveiled a new web page that provides current,
detailed information about drinking
water advisories at public water systems throughout the state.
Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative
is a binational coalition of mayors and other local officials that
works actively with federal, state, and provincial governments to
advance the protection and restoration of the Great Lakes.
Prairie Rivers Network
Prairie Rivers Network strives to protect
the rivers and streams of Illinois and to promote the lasting health
and beauty of watershed communities. By providing information, sound
science, and hands-on assistance, Prairie Rivers helps individuals
and community groups become effective river conservation leaders.
Duluth Seaway Port
The Duluth Seaway Port Authority
is an independent public agency created by the Minnesota Legislature
in 1955. Like port authorities and harbor commissions worldwide, it
fosters regional maritime and trade development and serves as an
advocate for port interests.