The Advisor E-Newsletter
The Great Lakes Commission has relaunched the Advisor, the newsletter of the Great Lakes Commission, as an e-newsletter! Sign up to stay up-to-date on our projects and advocacy work, as well as news and issues across the basin.
In this edition: Blue Accounting’s aquatic invasive species surveillance tools, a new video from the Invasive Mussel Collaborative, updates on ErieStat’s efforts to track Lake Erie phosphorus, information about grant opportunities, and much more!
In this edition: Celebrating the completion of the Buffalo River Habitat Restoration Project, new Great Lakes Maritime Economic Impacts Study and more!
In this edition: New video showcases St. Marys River restoration,GLC launches online portal for maritime jobs on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River, GLC urges Congress to fully fund the GLRI in FY19, and more.
In this edition: GLC names Darren Nichols new executive director, news from the recent GLC Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day in Washington, release of a framework to improve Western Lake Erie through water quality credits, GLRI funding, and more.
In this edition: registration is still available for the 2018 GLC Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day, information on the 2018 Great Lakes Sediment and Nutrient Reduction Program RFP, Great Lakes priorities for the 2018 Farm Bill, Blue Accounting launches major effort to protect sources of drinking water, and more.
In this edition: GLC and Lawrence Tech champion new initiative to stop stormwater pollution through technology, Blue Accounting website launched, full funding for GLRI moves through congress, information on the GLC-Sea Grant Fellowship, and more.
In this edition: updates from the GLC 2017 Annual Meeting in Duluth, GLC supports the Soo Locks Modernization Act, green infrastructure grants were awarded, proceedings from a recent oil transportation symposium were released, and more.
In this edition: GLC celebrates Little Rapids Restoration Project completion, GLC awarded funding to assess GLRI impact on influencing farmers to improve Great Lakes water quality, our 2016 Annual Report, and more.
The Great Lakes Commission’s annual reports include a look at the our revenues and expenses and remarks from our chair and executive director with updates on our project and advocacy work throughout the year.
In this edition: House Committee approves level funding of GLRI at $300 million, registration is now open for the 2017 GLC Annual Meeting in Duluth, Great Lakes Daily News gets a makeover, and more.