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Grand Haven students participate in annual fishing event
Grand Haven Tribune (5/15)
In Michigan, Grand Haven Area Public Schools partnered with a nonprofit organization called Pursuing a Dream to give about 300 students with special needs the opportunity to fish and enjoy the outdoors.

NYPA funding aids three St. Lawrence River projects
Watertown Daily Times (5/10)
The St. Lawrence River Research and Education Fund has provided funding for three projects that support environmental education in and around the riverís ecosystem.

Lake Michigan Academy students learn from 'Salmon in School' project
MLive (5/9)
About 100 schools throughout Michigan are selected to take part in the Lake Michigan Academy program that aims to help stock local rivers and support fishing as a leisure activity.

Huron Perth students find Lake Huron threats
Blackburn News (5/1)
Nearly 60 high school students from the public and separate boards in Huron and Perth counties spent one day at the Oakwood Inn in Grand Bend, Ontario, where they were learning about the environmental threats and challenges to Lake Huron.

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Alien Invaders: A zebra mussel issue investigationfree sample lesson
Grade level: 9-12Date:  1995Program cost:  $12.00
Description: An interdisciplinary case study focused on zebra mussels and designed to educate students about the potential dangers of invading exotic species and the importance of preserving native ecosystems.
 
Bell Live! The Great Lakes: A Superior Adventurefree sample lesson
Grade level: 4-8Date:  2000Program cost:  $30.00
Description: Bell Live is a virtual field trip to Lake Superior, accompanied by demonstrations and experiments. The curriculum is divided into four sections each providing a variety of activities and experiments related to that topic, and backed up by on-line information and activities.
 
Biological Control of Purple Loosestrifefree sample lesson
Grade level: 9-12Date:  2001Program cost:  $8.00
Description: This program gives students a practical application of invasive species management focusing on Purple Loosestrife. Students assess the plant diversity in an infested wetland, raise and apply beetles in a marsh as a control agent, and monitor the results.
 
Caring for Planet Earth: The Great Lakes (Volume 1)free sample lesson
Grade level: 3-12Date:  1997Program cost:  $0.00
Description: A game-based, interactive CD-ROM program takes learners on a journey of discovery through the Great Lakes. It is designed to strengthen decision-making and problem-solving skills as well as to promote an understanding of the Great Lakes.
 
Environmental Rediscoveries (Schoolship)free sample lesson
Grade level: 7Date:  2000Program cost:  $0.00
Description: Students have the opportunity to become "sailors and scientists" for a day, learning about the ecosystem of Presque Isle Bay, Lake Erie. On board, students operate sampling equipment, and then return shoreside to analyze their samples.
 

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