Volume 10, Number 3 • May-July 2002

Volume 10, Number 3 • May-July 2002

Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat News

The Newsletter of the Great Lakes
Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund

Volume 10, Number 3 • May-July 2002


Grassroots Group Fights Manure Pollution

Director’s Notes: Rejection

Tackling Purple Loosestrife—Kenosha to Cornucopia!

River Alliance of Wisconsin Making Positive Change

Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration to be Held

Illinois Update

by Joel Brammeier
Lake Michigan Federation

Lake Calumet Developers Facing Significant Opposition

Groups Open 2002 Beach Season With “Prescription” for Reducing Beach Closings

Indiana Update

Sandra L. Wilmore
Save the Dunes Conservation Fund

Combined Sewer Overflows in Context

New York Update

Buffalo River Partnership

Directional Drilling in the Great Lakes

 Ohio Update

John Ritzenthaler
Audubon Ohio

Ohio’s Remaining Wetlands Threatened by New Rules

Four Ohio Rivers Pose Harm to Great Lakes

Ohio Resources Directory Released

Michigan Update

Scott McEwen
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council

Stopping Over-Development on Rivers Through “Natural Rivers” Designation

Water Bottling Plant Begins Production

Ontario Update

Linda Pim
Federation of Ontario Naturalists

 Judicial Inquiry Recommends Watershed Planning for Safe Drinking Water

Pennsylvania Update

Articles by Susan A. Smith

Dozens of New Watershed Groups Form

Growing Greener Makes Big Difference

$1.5 Million in Grants Earmarked For River and Stream Conservation

Minnesota Update

Articles by Lynne Olson

Water Diversion: Mock Public Forum Encourages a New Generation of Advocates

Spirit Mountain Update

State of the Coast 2002

Wisconsin Update

Charlie Luthin
Wisconsin Wetlands Association

“Waters of Wisconsin” Initiative

Wisconsin Adopts Important Resolution on Buffered Waterways

Defiant Ashley Furniture Turns to Legislature to Fill Wetland

GLAHNF Fall Grant Deadline Approaching!

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