Great Lakes Restoration At Work


Project Title Recipient Organization GLRI Funding Fiscal Year(s) State

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  1. About the Site

    The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is generating environmental and economic benefits for communities across the region. This webpage showcases GLRI restoration projects funded in Fiscal Years 2010-2016. This is drawn from the official GLRI project list provided by U.S. EPA, which manages the overall GLRI program. The project locations may represent a specific site, the watershed in which restoration work is being conducted, or the location of the lead agency. Projects funded over multiple years are shown as a single project to avoid confusion. Multi-state projects were assigned a single geographic location, although they may involve work in multiple states.For additional information, visit the U.S. EPA’s GLRI website at https://www.glri.us

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  1. About the Site

    The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is generating site-specific improvements for communities across the region. This webpage showcases site-specific GLRI restoration projects funded in Fiscal Years 2010-2016. The site emphasizes on-the-ground actions and does not include some projects involving research, monitoring, public education and other broad-scale activities not focused on a specific site. The project locations may represent a specific site or the watershed in which restoration work is being conducted. In some cases the site is the location of the lead agency.

  2. GLRI Project Locations

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  6. GLRI Projects Table

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