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The latest issue of the U.S. EPA Great Lakes National Program Office's
Significant Activities Report is now available for viewing.

To view the report in HTML, go to:
http://www.epa.gov/glnpo/active/index.html

An Adobe Acrobat version of the report is also available at:
http://www.epa.gov/glnpo/active/2006/FebMar2006.pdf

Highlights of the February - March 2006 issue:

 * Toward Wildlife-Friendly Wind Power
 * Invaders May Change Chemistry of the Great Lakes
 * Kickoff Celebration for Ashtabula River Cleanup
 * Great Lakes Legacy Act Articles
 * Paying It Forward: Outreach by GLNPO Mentors
 * Michigan AOC Summit III
 * Air Emissions from Wax/Fibre Firelogs
 * Binational Toxics Strategy Workgroup Meeting
 * State of the Streams Presentation
 * Great Lakes Watershed Restoration Grants Awarded
 * Fish Tumor Criteria Workshop
 * View Ruddiman Creek Cleanup Progress Online
 * Canadian Emerging Chemicals Workshop
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For further information please contact me.
Anthony Kizlauskas
Phone:  312-353-8773
Email: kizlauskas.anthony@epa.gov
On the Web: http://www.epa.gov/glnpo

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