Volume 9, Number 4 • July-August 2001

Volume 9, Number 4 • July-August 2001

Director’s Note: Finding (Making) Time to Smell the Roses

Your Help Is Needed to Strengthen National Wetlands Policies that Affect Your Wetlands

Army Corps of Engineers to Review Permits and Relax Restrictions

Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for NWP Program

Grassroots Profile: GLINODO Earth Force Participates in 2001 Great Lakes Student Summit

Indiana Update

by Sandra L. Wilmore, Save the Dunes Conservation Fund

Saying “NO” to CSOs!

Indiana Responds to the SWANCC Decision

Wisconsin Update

by Charlie Luthin, Wisconsin Wetlands Association

Biennial Budget Has Mixed Messages

Wisconsin to Develop Purple Loosestrife Bio-Control Curriculum

Minnesota Update

by Craig Minowa, Environmental Association for Great Lakes Education

Endangered Species Discovered on Spirit Mountain

A Sacred Journey To a Pepsi Machine

Region’s Nuclear Power Plants Find Potentially Deadly Error

Mining Transition and Increased Risks to Water Quality

New Minnesota Law Saves Green For Greens

Sending Great Lakes Water to the Southwest

New York: Millennium Pipeline Update

Ontario Update

by Linda Pim, Federation of Ontario Naturalists

Dombind Forever?

Oak Ridges Moraine Development Freeze

Not So Smart Growth

Hamilton Planning to Forge Ahead with Red Hill Creek Expressway Preparations

 Illinois Update

by Joel Brammeier, Habitat Coordinator, Lake Michigan Federation

 Lake Michigan Federation Testifies Before Congress

The Economic Valuation of Southern Lake Michigan

Ohio Update

by John Ritzenthaler, Audubon Ohio

Ohio’s Legislature Versus the Environment

Successful Wetlands Workshop

Michigan Update: Small Dam Removal to be Workshop Focus of Michigan River Network Annual Meeting



Annex 2001 Update Governors and Premiers Address Water Export/Diversion Threat

 Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund: Fall 2001 Grant Cycle Request for Proposals Due September 20, 2001

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