Great Lakes restoration gets $2.9 million in grants

The University of Michigan Water Center has awarded eight research grants totaling almost $2.9 million to support Great Lakes restoration and protection efforts.
Associated Press
Sep 12, 2013

 

The 2-year grants were awarded to teams led by researchers at universities in Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and New York.

All grant details are posted HERE

The projects include work to support efforts to restore native fish migrations across the Great Lakes basin, assess strategies to restore the health of the Green Bay ecosystem under a changing climate and improve water quality in the western Lake Erie basin.

Other projects include efforts to guide ecological restoration of Michigan’s Saginaw Bay.

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