Success Stories

We encourage readers to use Success Stories as a tool for your own aquatic habitat protection efforts. These stories provide an opportunity to network with the local citizens who worked diligently to complete projects to benefit habitats similar to those you are working on, by borrowing creative project ideas, and by finding inspiration from knowing there are so many dedicated, concerned citizens and grassroots groups working across the Great Lakes Basin to protect these vital resources.

 

You may download PFD versions below. Free print copies available for your work, email: info@freshwaterfuture.org. We also have a number of back issues of Success Stories we would be happy to send you.

Jesse Schomberg and his children show off white cedar seedlings grown from seeds collected at Sugarloaf Cove. Lost Forest Initiative participants learn forestry techniques.