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Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

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What's New & Notable
01 May 2006

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Wisconsin's Maritime Trails
www.maritimetrails.org

GLIN Site of the Month The Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program of the Wisconsin Historical Society investigates and publicizes Wisconsin's rich maritime history. Centuries of exploration, travel, commerce, and recreation on the Great Lakes have left an impressive trail of maritime cultural resources along Wisconsin's Great Lakes shorelines and bottomlands. To foster wider public appreciation of the state's rich maritime past and encourage preservation of unique historic sites such as shipwrecks, lighthouses and historic waterfronts, the Wisconsin Historical Society established the Maritime Trails program.

May is American Wetlands Month
www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/awm/

Events are scheduled across the country to educate, involve and engage Americans who want to better understand the value of one of Earth's most important ecosystems. This year's theme is "It Pays to Save Wetlands."


Lake St. Clair Marine Cruiser
www.marinecruiser.com

This innovative web site overlays NOAA charts with locations of marinas, yacht clubs, restaurants, favorite fishing spots and more.

Drinking Water Week
www.awwa.org/advocacy/dww

Drinking Water Week, May 7-13, is a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the consumers they serve to join together to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives. Drinking Water Week celebrates our most precious natural resource with fairs, programs, contests and other exciting events.

Project Webfoot
www.projectwebfoot.org

Project Webfoot offers teachers learning materials that can be integrated with the existing school curriculum to help bring the world of wetlands to life for 4th-6th grade students. These materials encourage active participation and problem solving that can be used in teaching reading, science, art, and other subjects.




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