GLAHNF stormwater materials are now available – just in time for spring rains. Stormwater is the theme for GLAHN’s 2006/2007 Success Stories and fact sheets. Though the challenges addressed vary: a dying lake, stream bank erosion, big box developments, and heavily paved cities polluting local water bodies, stormwater is a connecting thread across each of these stories. So too are the advocates. Using ingenuity, creativity and open-minds, local advocates successfully turn stormwater runoff into a source for renewal in their communities. The fact sheets provide a summary of management techniques that municipalities can use to reduce the impacts of stormwater on our lakes, rivers, wetlands, and Great Lakes. They also provide tips on how to make stormwater into a resource and how to use stormwater as a tool to boost aquatic habitat protection in your community. For electronic copies of the publication go to www.glhabitat.org. If you would like paper copies please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.