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15 June 2006
Learn about the Great Lakes!
Discovery cruises, on Lake St. Clair and the lower Detroit River
(Lake Erie), are for everyone: families, educators and individuals.
Various cruise themes are available including art, remotely operated
underwater vehicles, wildlife/wetlands, fisheries and more!
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Wildlife-Friendly Wind Power: A Focus on the Great
A conference will be held June 27-29, 2006, in
Toledo, Ohio, to explore opportunities for minimizing wind power
effects on wildlife, share resources and develop consistent
management approaches, with a focus on the Great Lakes basin. Also
check out the Michigan
Energy Fair, June 16-18 in Onekama, Michigan and read more about
Standards for Windmills in Michigan from the Michigan Land Use
Advocates of New York|
Environmental Advocates of
New York works independently and through coalitions to ensure that
New York enacts and implements the measures needed to protect its
natural resources and environmental health; and that the public is
informed of, and participates in, important environmental policy
The islands are unique,
offering a wonderful recreation experience that spans two nations.
Each island has its own individuality with features such as stately
granite cliffs, soft sandy bays, tall dark pines and vibrant maple
trees-it's a sightseer's paradise.
June is Wisconsin's Second
Annual Invasive Species Awareness Month. The Wisconsin Council on
Invasive Species invites everyone to attend workshops, field trips
and lectures throughout the state to learn more about the impacts of
invasive species in Wisconsin.
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