The NOAA Great Lakes Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) 2022 Federal Funding Opportunity is now open. This competitive grant program supports environmental and place-based educational programs in the Great Lakes watershed. The deadline for applications is Sept. 9, 2021
Great Lakes Traditional Ecological Knowledge Speaker Series Seeks to Connect Communities and Emphasize the Value of Indigenous KnowledgeMay 25, 2021
The Science Annex of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement is co-hosting a collaborative Great Lakes Traditional Ecological Knowledge Speaker Series. The weekly series seeks to connect communities across borders and increase awareness of the value of Indigenous knowledge.
Construction of the Pike River Phase II Streambank Restoration and Pedestrian Bridge Replacement project in Petrifying Springs Park will begin in late spring, Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser announced today. Funding includes a $1 million GLRI grant.
EPA and The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation have announced that work is underway on $2.2 million in habitat improvements at the Spicer Creek Wildlife Management Area on the Niagara River.
GLRI pilots a rapid assessment method to map invasive mussel distributions in Lake Erie.