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Climate Change and Extreme Weather
(4/15)
Severe weather has plagued all parts of the country, including the Great Lakes, over the past decade. What has been causing these events? What types of weather should we expect to see in the future? Register now to participate in the upcoming Climate Change and Extreme weather webinar on April 24.

GLSLCI 2014 Annual Meeting and Conference
(4/14)
The 2014 meeting and conference of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative will bring together municipal, provincial and state/federal officials along with stakeholders on June 18-20 in Thunder Bay, Ont. This year's theme is "Navigating Change: Fresh Air, Fresh Water, Fresh Ideas."

Great Lakes BIOTIC Symposium
(4/9)
The Great Lakes Sea Grant Network is hosting the Great Lakes Briefs on Invasive Organisms Traded in Commerce (BIOTIC) Symposium in Milwaukee, WI on June 3-4. The project is being led by the Wisconsin and Minnesota Sea Grant Programs, and aims to advance knowledge and understanding of the organisms in trade invasion pathway.

Michigan Green Infrastructure Conference
(4/8)
The Michigan Green Infrastructure Conference will take place May 8-9 in Lansing, Mich. This conference will highlight a broad range of benefits and opportunities provided by green infrastructure planning and preservation at local and regional scales, including benefits to water quality.

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