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Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

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What's New & Notable
15 April 2005

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Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration

Large-scale ecosystem restoration presents a highly complex set of challenges that require unprecedented levels of knowledge, coordination, money, governance, and committed actions over time. The report explores these challenges by examining seven case histories.

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Alliance for the Great Lakes

Formerly the Lake Michigan Federation, the Alliance is a nonprofit, public interest organization focusing on protecting the Great Lakes through a variety of "Positive Change" projects.

MiCorps: Michigan Clean Water Corps

MiCorps is a network of volunteer monitoring programs in Michigan, which was created through an executive order by Mich. Governor Jennifer M. Granholm to assist the Department of Environmental Quality in collecting and sharing water quality data.

Stone Laboratory at Gibraltar Island

Located on Lake Erie's Gibraltar Island, the Lab provides summer college courses, science workshops, and a year-round research facility.

St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (Sodes)

Established in 1985, Sodes is a non-profit organization mandated to protect and promote the economic interests of the St. Lawrence.

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Great Lakes Commission
Ann Arbor, Mich.