The Great Lakes Project is focused on the protection, restoration and maintenance of the region’s most critical natural systems while safeguarding the lakes from their most significant threats, such as aquatic invasive species.
The Nature Conservancy’s Great Lakes Project has identified six priority areas to build strategic success:
- Aquatic Invasive Species
- Climate Change Adaptation
- Coastal Systems
- Native Fisheries
- Northern Forests
Great Lakes News
The Nature Conservancy is working with farmers to implement conservation agricultural practices to “grow clean water” in the Great Lakes.
Learn about the millions of birds that migrate through the Great Lakes every year.
Join The Nature Conservancy as we tackle a new theme for our monthly #TalkNature Twitter chat.
The Nature Conservancy is working with agricultural partners to find innovative solutions to protect our waterways.
By changing agricultural practices, farmers can save time, money and resources while The Nature Conservancy can measure the benefits to critical local waterways.
The Nature Conservancy is working with Indiana farmers to establish good practices to keep nutrient runoff out of the Wabash River.
- December 17, 2014
- The Nature Conservancy Protects More Land on St. Martin Island
- January 09, 2014
- The Nature Conservancy Urges Interim Solutions and Two-Way Management Concepts in Response to Army Corps GLMRIS Report
- December 04, 2013
- Positive eDNA Detections Highlight Importance of Managing Two-Way Passage of Invasvies Through Chicago Waterway System