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Lessons in sailing, science
Superior Telegram (8/16)
A workshop offered by the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network has local educators on a six-day boat trip as part of the Duluth Tall Ships Festival.

NOAA to work with MTU scientists out on Lake Superior
WLUC-TV - Marquette, MI (8/16)
With the help of The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration or NOAA, Michigan Technological University scientists continue to learn about their surroundings.

Sturgeon hatchery to offer tours in Onaway
WPBN-TV - Traverse City, MI (8/10)
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering tours of the Black River sturgeon hatchery in Onaway. During the free tours, researchers will be available to talk about sturgeon biology, reproductive ecology and this year’s research.

Watch 4 months under Lake Michigan pass by in just 3 minutes
MLive (7/29)
Ever wonder what goes on underneath the surface of Lake Michigan? If so, you're not alone. Scientists wonder, too.

UMD researchers reveal data from wetland studies in the Northland
KQDS-TV - Duluth, MN (7/27)
From Green Bay Wisconsin to Duluth Minnesota, research is being conducted to figure out the current status of our lakes and rivers when it comes to invasive species, and other aquatic trespassers.

TEACH Calendar of Events
What's going on in your neighborhood this month? Meet other people and learn together at recreational and educational events! Our new dynamic calendar is updated daily with current educational events.
Great Lakes Geography

2 | Introduction to the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes basin watershed. Click for a larger image.

Kids enjoying the Great Lakes. Click for a larger image.The Great Lakes watershed includes part or all of eight U.S. states (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York) and the Canadian province of Ontario. Today, more than 33 million people inhabit this drainage basin: more than one-tenth of the population of the United States and one-quarter of the population of Canada.

Detailed Map: The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system

Graphics: Map of the Great Lakes basin watershed; kids enjoying the Great Lakes.

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