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Lake Michigan Day
August 14 at UW-Manitowoc from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Lake Michigan Day will showcase opportunities for continued restoration and protection of Lake Michigan, and the broader Great Lakes basin, and highlight the ongoing challenges facing the lakes. The day will provide a venue for decision-makers and community leaders to engage with a broad array of stakeholders on issues facing the Great Lakes and will focus in on local examples of restoration projects along the lake shore. This year’s Lake Michigan Day at UW-Manitowoc will be the inaugural event and is intended to become an annual meeting. Cost is $20 and includes lunch, all materials and a tour of Red Arrow Beach in Manitowoc. Pre-registration is required by AUGUST 1. Register here with a credit card. To pay by check, make it payable to Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership (LNRP) and send to: LNRP, PO Box 62, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235; please put “Lake Michigan Day” on the memo line.

Here is the Final Agenda.
Here is a map to UW-Manitowoc.

Champions of Conservation Awards

The Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership (LNRP) and LMS are sponsoring the annual Lake Michigan Champions of Conservation Awards.  This environmental award program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of any group, program, organization, business or engaged individual in a wide range of environmental initiatives throughout the Lake Michigan basin. The award will honor those who have demonstrated a commitment to environmental excellence, leadership, and accomplishment in their respective fields.

Vision Statement

Lake Michigan Stakeholders is a diverse network of Wisconsin stakeholders working together to ensure that Lake Michigan and the resources of the basin are environmentally sustainable and economically viable for present and future generations.

The Lake Michigan Stakeholders Mission Statement

Recognizing that while individual special interests groups have unique agendas related to the Wisconsin’s Lake Michigan basin, the health and viability of the lake and its basin as a resource is held in common to all of the groups. This group recognizes that it is in the best interest of all the member groups and the State of Wisconsin to work together to promote and protect those ideas and actions that are held in common.

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