Our Work

Here’s some of the work we’re doing to ensure a healthy environment, strong economy and high quality of life for current and future generations.

EVENTS

Join us online for the 2021 GLC Annual Meeting!

Registration is now available for the 2021 Great Lakes Commission Annual Meeting! Please plan to join us online this October 12-14 — register now!

LIBRARY

The Advisor

The September 2021 edition of the Commission’s e-newsletter, The Advisor, includes news from the GLC, an update on U.S. federal legislation, information about the Aquatic Invasive Species Landing Blitz and Muskegon Lake’s removal from the list of Great Lakes “Areas of Concern,” and more.

JOBS

Position available at the GLC

The GLC has an immediate opening for a water quality and water infrastructure senior program specialist. Join our staff in Ann Arbor — learn more and apply today!

NEWS

Erika Jensen named GLC executive director

The Great Lakes Commission has named Erika Jensen to serve as its executive director. Jensen joined the GLC in 2006 and has served as interim executive director of the agency since August 2020. Read more…

NEWS

Regional orgs urge Congress to invest in Great Lakes infrastructure

In a recent letter, a coalition of regional organizations and leaders urged Congressional leaders to include key Great Lakes priorities in upcoming infrastructure legislation.  Read more…

ADVOCACY

2021 GLC Federal Priorities for the Great Lakes

The GLC’s 2021 federal priorities document recommends actions to Congress and the Biden administration toward revitalizing and protecting the Great Lakes environment and economy. Read more…

The Advisor E-Newsletter: September 2021

In this edition: Erika Jensen named GLC Executive Director, registration for the 2021 GLC annual meeting, an update on U.S. federal legislation, information about the Aquatic Invasive Species Landing Blitz, Muskegon Lake’s removal from the list of Great Lakes “Areas of Concern,” and more.

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