Great Lakes Commission Library
The Library houses Great Lakes Commission publications, project reports, and various products. Our most recent items are listed below. Please use the search tool or browse by category if you’re looking for a specific item. If you need help finding library items, project information, or materials from inactive projects, please submit your inquiry here.
Investing in a National Asset: A Leadership Agenda for Great Lakes Restoration and Economic Revitalization • The Great Lakes Commission calls on Congress and the administration to protect and leverage the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River as vital economic and environmental assets. The priorities in this document outline specific investments that will strengthen our nation, create jobs, protect public health and revitalize communities.
Library | The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Creating Jobs and Revitalizing Communities Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Fact Sheet | Download PDF The Great Lakes provide the backbone for a $5 trillion regional economy. They directly generate more than 5...
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!
This is the Annual Report of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Regional Water Use Database, representing 2017 water use data. This report was published in December 2018.
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.
An Agenda for Great Lakes Restoration and Economic Revitalization: The Great Lakes Commission calls on Congress and the Administration to take actions that will further protect and leverage the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River as vital economic and environmental assets. The priorities in this document outline investments that will create jobs, protect public health and revitalize struggling communities.
Library | Priorities for Sustaining Great Lakes Restoration and Economic Revitalization A Joint Agenda for the Great Lakes Region: March 2018 | Download PDF Restoring and protecting the Great Lakes is an enduring, bipartisan priority for the people of the Great...
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.