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April 4-27, 2017
MI Sea Grant Fisheries Workshops
Multiple cities/dates; check link for details
Michigan Sea Grant, in partnership with fisheries agencies and stakeholder organizations, hosts public information workshops annually throughout the state. The workshops focus on current research and information related to the regional status of Great Lakes fisheries. These workshops are open to the public and provide valuable information for anglers, charter captains, resource professionals and other interested stakeholders.
Contact: Cindy Hudson
Phone: (517) 353-9723
E-mail: hudsoncy@anr.msu.edu

April 5-7, 2017
2017 Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention
Stevens Point, WI
Did you know that the human body undergoes remarkable changes every time you go underwater? We invite you to take a closer look at these phenomena during the 2017 Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention in Stevens Point April 5-7 as we “go deeper” and explore the mind-body-water connection.
Contact: Kim Becken
Phone: 715-346-3212
E-mail: kbecken@uwsp.edu

April 13, 2017
Grand River Spring Forum
Cascade, MI
This event runs from 8:30-11:30am and focuses on the regions' infrastructure needs and updates from around the Lower Grand River Watershed. Current projects are presented, and will likely include the Grand River Watertrail, Grand River White Water, and Rainscaping project.
Contact: Wendy Ogilvie
Phone: 616-776-7605
E-mail: wendy.ogilvie@gvmc.org

April 20-21, 2017
Great Lakes Water Safety 2017 Conference
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Parents, community leaders, teachers, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, park rangers, the media – anyone who wants to keep people safe as they enjoy the Great Lakes is invited to the Great Lakes Water Safety 2017 Conference. Presenters include first responders, wave and current research scientists, meteorologists, lifeguards, and other water safety experts and advocates from around the Great Lakes region. The conference will feature life-saving demonstrations and the latest drone technology being used to rescue people caught in the grip of rip currents and other dangerous conditions.
Contact: Jamie Racklyeft
Phone: 734-358-8982
E-mail: jracklye@gmail.com

April 22, 2017
Huron River Roundup
Ann Arbor, MI
Join a small team of your friends, family, and other interesting volunteers in collecting samples of bugs and other creatures! These insects help us determine how healthy the river system is and what areas we need to focus our restoration efforts more. Volunteers will go out with trained leaders to two different stream sites.
Contact: Jason Frenzel
Phone: 734-769-5123
E-mail: jfrenzel@hrwc.org

April 24-26, 2017
Great Lakes Economic Forum
Detroit, MI and Windsor, ON
The Council of the Great Lakes Region is pleased to be hosting the third Great Lakes Economic Forum. The Forum was launched in Chicago in 2015. It brings together hundreds of business, government, nonprofit and academic leaders from around the region each year to discuss the biggest economic, social and environmental policy challenges facing the binational Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region and to share ideas and insights with respect to how the region can work together to create the most sustainable and economically productive cross-border region in the world.
Phone: 613-668-2044 or 416-944-3183 x222


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