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The Great Lakes Calendar features events from around the region that may be of interest to Great Lakes stakeholders, with a focus on professional conferences and events relevant to research, science, policy, and education. If you have an event you would like to publicize, please submit it below!
Walleye is an important Lake Erie species, supporting both commercial and recreational fisheries. Management agencies need ways to identify how local spawning populations contribute to the lake-wide fish population, so they can continue to keep Lake Erie’s walleye fisheries naturally reproducing and sustainable.
The Great Lakes Water Quality Board (WQB) of the International Joint Commission (IJC) is hosting a public webinar to provide information and answer questions about the board's recent report: Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Facilities in the Great Lakes Basin.
On May 11, 2022, the University of Michigan - Dearborn will host the 2022 State of the Strait meeting titled “Contaminated Sediment Remediation in the Detroit and Rouge Rivers: Legacy, Present State, and Approaches to Collaborative Financing.”
Join the International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 14-20, 2022, for the annual Great Lakes research conference. In 2022, IAGLR will hold its annual Conference on Great Lakes as part of the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, which brings together sister organizations of the Consortium of Aquatic Scientific Societies.
Mark your calendars for the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 16-20, 2022. The meeting is organized by the Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies (CASS), comprised of 9 groups representing various interests within the aquatic science realm.
Aquaculture is a growing industry in Ohio and the Great Lakes region, providing farm-raised seafood ranging from crawfish to walleye. And just like land-based farms, fish farmers spend a lot of time making sure their animals are healthy.
The City of Toledo and the local organizing committee welcome you to ICTC 12 to be held at University of Toledo! This rendition of ICTC will be a joint effort with the Interdisciplinary Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms Workshop.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), in partnership with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presents the Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOC) Conference.
The Great Lakes groundwater and surface water resources are connected, but there are gaps in coordinating and integrating how they are modeled and managed.
Ever wonder what types of businesses produce or harvest fish in your state? Or how you can find them? Take a five-minute tour of six different businesses you can find on the Great Lakes Fresh Fish Finder to discover the answer!
The Great Lakes Fishery Commission will hold a public Annual Meeting June 1-2, 2022, in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. At this meeting, the public can learn about and discuss developments in the Great Lakes fishery. Commissioners and the U.S. and Canadian Committees of Advisors will hold meetings here as well.
The Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species will be meeting online this June for our annual spring meeting.