To restore the health of Great Lakes waters, the Conservancy is working to control aquatic invasive species and stop new invasions, collaborate with the agricultural community to implement sustainable farming practices that protect water quality, reconnect rivers and streams for the health of migratory fish, and restore habitat to help native fisheries rebound.
Combating a parade of invaders involves early detection and a rapid response.
The Conservancy is working with the agricultural community to "grow clean water" in the Great Lakes.
We are working to reconnect rivers and streams across the Great Lakes region.
Restoring the aquatic food chain benefits nature and people.