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This curriculum can engage upper elementary and high school students in Great Lakes environmental stewardship. It is designed for schools located in Areas of Concern (AOC) but can apply to any Great Lakes community where large scale environmental cleanup projects are ongoing.
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This literature review was conducted to begin to quantify the ecosystem and economic benefits of restoration and management actions in the Indiana coastal zone.
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- Peoria Stormwater Issue Reaches a Tipping Point
- Rain Barrel Use Connected to Benefits
- Stormwater Troopers go Green
- Crude Oil Transport Brings the Great lakes risks and Benefits
- Sea Grant Takes AIM in the War on AIS
- Students Connect with Real-time Buoy Data
This website provides you with the information and tools needed to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species commonly found in trade. Water gardeners, aquarium hobbyists, retailers, anglers, teachers, wholesalers, and more can use these resources to learn about invasive species and identify alternative organisms that are safe to buy and sell.
For more detailed information, visit Aquatic Invaders in the Marketplace
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