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Celebrate the 6TH Annual #WeAreLakeErie Day on August 31, 2022

People can participate in this 6th annual social media event by sharing Lake Erie stories and photos on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook with the hashtag #WeAreLakeErie to help create a virtual wave of support for the lake to demonstrate to decision-makers the important role the lake plays in the lives of so many people.

2022 Summer Convening
June 22th

Join us to recognize our amazing Freshwater Hero award recipients at the Virtual Online Ceremony - Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022, 12-1pm (ET). The event coincides with World Water Day and will celebrate selected people, organizations, and communities throughout the Great Lakes Region who are committed to protecting our earth's precious freshwater resources. This free event will inspire you and give you hope as we share stories of a few people, organizations, and communities making a difference.

Water Watchers & Wellness Monthly Series

Water Watchers & Wellness is a FREE program designed to support individuals and organizations working to protect and restore water. This free online forum series is designed to help connect you to others doing similar work, provide you with expert and peer conversations about issues of importance to you, and offer one-on-one consulting assistance to help you speed past the bumps in the road we all experience in building, organizing and conducting our water work. Monthly forums are scheduled on the 4th Thursday of every month beginning January 27th, 2022, from 11:30am-1pm ET.

All About Water 2022 Virtual Convening

Feb 17th, 2022 – 9:30-Noon ET

Freshwater Future and All About Water invite you to join experts, peer groups and municipal officials to learn about federal dollars that will be coming to states for water infrastructure projects, and how your municipality can benefit. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure funding through State Revolving Funds that are provided by Congress to help replace lead lines, update water and wastewater treatment plants, utilize green infrastructure to prevent or reduce flooding and more.