Great Lakes Network

Great Lakes Network

The Great Lakes Network works to protect and restore water in the Great Lakes region by providing a structure for diverse, independent groups to collaborate, share tools and information, and take coordinated action.

Questions? Contact Nancy Goucher, nancy@freshwaterfuture.org

Refer to the Structure Document below for more information about the goals and objectives of the network as well as how to become a member and what is expected of the membership.

Great Lakes Network Structure

Do you know of a group that might be interested in becoming a member? Download our flyer to help promote the advantages of being part of the Great Lakes Network.

Great Lakes Network – New Member Handout

Grants:

Please visit our Grants page to learn more. 

 

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West Grand Boulevard Collaborative, & Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve.