How We Work
Lake Michigan is home to more than 275,000 acres of dunes; critical habitat for birds, plants and insects.
Learn how a group of farmers are helping cut the risk of algal blooms by reducing nutrient runoff.
Climate change poses unique challenges to systems in the Great Lakes. See what we are doing to incorporate climate consideration into our work.
Learn what makes the Great Lakes great in this infographic.
Our conservation staff share the many ways yu’re helping us make a difference for the health of the Great Lakes.
- January 14, 2016
- Program Focused on Slowing Farm Nutrient Runoff Hits 1 million Acres in Great Lakes
- October 19, 2015
- Next Phase of Great Egret Marsh Restoration Begins with Marsh Drainage
- August 20, 2015
- Scientists Restore Reef for Fish in Grand Traverse Bay