Binational Blueprint for the Great Lakes
Conservancy's Great Lakes Program and the Nature Conservancy of
Canada have collaborated to develop a binational conservation
blueprint that highlights areas in critical need of conservation in
both the United States and Canada. The information provides
government leaders, scientists and concerned residents with a
cross-country roadmap to restore the health of the Great Lakes.
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Ontario Salmon and Trout Association (ELOSTA)
ELOSTA focuses its efforts upon the development of
resource management practices that provide equitable consideration
for the various angling preferences and, related recreational and
boating interests. ELOSTA offers an opportunity to be Informed and
to actively participate.
A nonprofit organization, NOF
advances knowledge of the Great Lakes for the public through
seagoing education and research projects. Recent efforts include underwater
exploration of the Huron Ridge.
Regional Data Exchange:
today for reduced rates!
The 2006 RDX
Conference is being held in conjunction with the 5th Annual NY State
Remote Sensing Symposium. This is a chance to learn about geospatial
applications and observing technologies that are being used to
study, monitor and manage the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River
system. The conference will be held April 4-6, 2006, in Rochester,
Pathfinders Environmental Leadership Program|
High school students are invited to apply for a
weeklong summer program on Lake Superior, the largest freshwater
lake (by surface area) in the world! Students will learn more about
their personal leadership style and get immersed in the Lake
Superior environment through water sports and many cultural
opportunities. Application deadline: May 1, 2006.