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,

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


Please visit our Grants page to learn more. 


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