Come join us on June 17-18 in Port Huron to learn about and discuss the current and future state of Lake St. Clair! The conference will convene stakeholders from the Lake St. Clair community to review, assess and advance restoration and protection efforts for the lake and its watershed. Conference outcomes will inform development of a comprehensive management plan being prepared by a team of public agencies and stakeholders.
Who Should Attend
The conference is intended for resource managers, local officials, elected representatives, citizens’ organizations, business/industry representatives, local residents and the media with an interest in the Lake St. Clair watershed.
The conference registration fee is $50 U.S./$70 Can. This covers lunch on Tuesday, an evening reception, breaks, and all conference materials. The preliminary conference program and registration form have been distributed broadly in the Lake St. Clair watershed. They are also available online from this site. An updated conference program will be posted in early June.
The conference is being held at the Thomas Edison Inn in Port Huron, Michigan.
Overnight rooms for conference participants are available for the nights of
June 16 and 17 at a rate of $65. To reserve a room contact the hotel toll
free at 1-800-451-7991, or 810-984-8000 and ask for a room under the block
reserved for the Great Lakes Commission. The reserved block will be released
on May 17, after which rooms will be provided on a space-available basis.
Hotel information, including a map and directions, is also available online.
The conference is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency and coordinated by the Great Lakes Commission. Other sponsors include
the members of the Project Management Team for the Lake St. Clair/St. Clair
River Comprehensive Management Plan.
Questions and Comments
More information on the conference is available by contacting Matt
Doss at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling the Commission at 734/971.9135.