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16 March 2007
The Inland Sea Society works
on projects promoting environmental stewardship through education
and recreation, sustainable communities, and watershed-based
organizing. In 1988, the Society conceived the idea of a 3,000-mile
Superior Water Trail and continues work on extending the trail.
Ontario (LIO) |
LIO works to ensure that
Ontario's geospatial land information is accessible, well-managed
and easy to integrate. The LIO infrastructure is a combination of
people, physical elements, data sets, programs, services, policies
and procedures that support the needs of geospatial data users and
The Midwest Lakes
Policy Center strives to reinvent a new decision-making process
which ensures fair, informed and open public participation from
waterfront landowners, sailors, local businesses and farmers.
|2007 Carol A. Ratza
scholarship competition is open to high school seniors and returning
students enrolled full-time at a Great Lakes college or university
in fall 2007. Applicants should have a career interest in electronic
communications technologies and their application to Great Lakes
protection and restoration. Application deadline: March 31, 2007
Biennial Lake Superior Youth Symposium
The Lake Superior Youth Symposium, May 10-13, is
for students (grades 8-12) and educators around Lake Superior.
Activities include field trips, watershed research, hands-on
investigations, artistic _expression_, and recreational opportunities
involving the history and culture of the Lake Superior region.
Registrations must be postmarked by April 1.
concert for the Great Lakes|
Great Lakes United, in
partnership with the Great
Lakes Aid concert series, is proud to announce a performance by
Liquid Soul, with proceeds benefiting local and regional restoration
of the Great Lakes. The concert will be held March 24 at the Rock
& Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
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