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NOAA Fisheries Recommends GLRI Funding to Continue Partnership Work on Great Lakes Habitat Restoration

aerial photo of Sugar Island showing eroding shoreline
Sugar Island in the Detroit River faces shoreline erosion. Credit: Friends of the Detroit River.

NOAA Fisheries is recommending nearly $17.5 million in GLRI funding to continue three ongoing partnerships. Through this funding, partners will implement 12 projects that will restore habitat and improve resilience in degraded Great Lakes ecosystems.

Partnering with NOAA, the following organizations will continue their Great Lakes restoration work:

Through the GLRI, NOAA restores habitat for Great Lakes fish and benefits local communities, economies, and ecosystems. Learn more at the NOAA Fisheries GLRI funding announcement.