Volume 12, Number 4 • Early Fall 2004

Volume 12, Number 4 • Early Fall 2004

Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat News

The Newsletter of the Great Lakes
Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund

Volume 12, Number 4 • Early Fall 2004


Great Lakes – Great Success – The Many Faces of Great Lakes Restoration Work

Director’s Notes: Looking Within

GLAHNF Welcomes New Lake Advisors and Bids Farewell to Former Network Hub Structure

Former Illinois Hub Joel Brammeier (LMF) to be Lake Michigan Advisor

Lake Superior Waterkeeper Bob Olsgard to be Lake Superior Advisor

Lake Ontario Waterkeeper Krystyn Tully to be Lake Ontario Advisor

Former Ohio Hub Molly Flanagan (OEC) to be US Lake Erie Advisor

Former Michigan Hub Chris Grubb to be US Side Lake Huron Advisor

Ontario Nature – Federation of Ontario Naturalists – Linda Pim to be Ontario-Side Lake Erie Advisor and Lake Huron Advisor

Illinois Update

By: Joel Brammeier

Local Residents Help Restore Dunes in Chicago

Open Space Advocates Work to Protect Lake Michigan Bluffs Illinois Update

Ohio Update

Environmental Organizations Join Forces to Prevent Pollution in Lake Erie Basin

Indiana Update

Watershed Planning Efforts Underway

New York Update

Seaway Study Poses Threat to Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River

Pennsylvania Update

Pennsylvania’s Lake Erie International Coastal Cleanup

Wisconsin Update

Economic Disincentives for Holding and Restoring Wetlands in Wisconsin:Investigating Problems and Identifying Solutions

Michigan Update

Michigan’s Grass Roots Wetland Advocates Winning on Beach Dooming Debate

Ontario Update

Ontario Plans Major Increase in Wetland Protection

Minnesota Update

Nation’s First Statewide Phosphorous-free Lawn Fertilizer Law


Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund Grassroots Symposium Registration Closes Soon!

Wisconsin Water Policy Database Debuts


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