Seas Education Association
The mission of the Inland Seas
Education Association (ISEA) is two fold: 1) To foster young
people's interest in academic subjects related to the Great Lakes,
particularly the sciences; and 2) To provide enhanced public
understanding and stewardship of the Great Lakes, among students and
adults. For 18 years, ISEA has successfully carried out experiential
educational programs for learners of all ages aboard traditional
tall ships. During the summer months ISEA provides a variety of
sailing programs for families, youth groups and adults.
raises the awareness about major environmental issues, including the
sustainable development of the Great Lakes - St Lawrence ecosystem.
From March 3-11, the Biosphère is open daily and admission is free.
Great Lakes Underwater 2007
Military shipwrecks of the Great Lakes is the theme
of the 2007 Great Lakes Underwater conference set for March 10 in
Oswego, including topics such as An Underwater Revolutionary War
Battlefield and the NYS Underwater Blueway Trail.
Midwest Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy Association (MREA) promotes renewable energy,
energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and
demonstration. MREA also coordinates the annual Renewable Energy and
Sustainable Living Fair, the world's largest renewable energy
educational event of its kind, taking place in June 2007 in
Thunder Bay National Marine
The Thunder Bay National Marine
Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve encompasses 448 square miles of
northwest Lake Huron, off the northeast coast of Michigan's Lower
Peninsula. The Sanctuary protects a nationally significant
collection of more than 100 shipwrecks, spanning a century of Great
Lakes shipping history.