The Kalamazoo River Watershed Management Plan presents a unifying vision for water resources planning and management for the Kalamazoo River in Michigan.
This coalition addresses invasive species in Michigan. This open to anyone or any group interested in invasive species control in Michigan.
The St. Clair-Detroit River System (SCDRS) Initiative Partners share a common vision: the restoration of portions of southern Lake Huron, the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River, and western Lake Erie to a thriving ecosystem with science-based management and broad social support that provides environmental services for the region and the Great Lakes basin. The SCDRS Initiative is a bi-national collaborative partnership with more than 30 organizations, including U.S.
The Lake Superior Biodiversity Conservation Strategy is intended to provide information and guidance that will support the long-term protection and restoration of Lake Superior's habitats and species. The Lake Superior Biodiversity Conservation Strategy was started in 2012, with the assessment of key conservation targets and threats. These targets and threats helped identify strategies to conserve Lake Superior's habitats and species. This assessment and strategy is the first in the Great Lakes to utilize watershed, coastal zone and water indices in the evaluation of major habitat types.
The Ohio Lake Erie Protection & Restoration Plan is intended to identify the strategic direction and the near term actions of the State of Ohio related to Lake Erie and its watershed. This plan is an update to the 2000 version to reflect newly emerging issues, the changing Lake Erie conditions, as well as the unified Great Lakes approach embodied in the Great Lakes Regional Collaboration.
This map displays the location of all Landscape Conservation Designs (LCD), as set by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. Combining geospatial data, biological information, and models, each LCD identifies opportunities to protect species, habitats, and environmental processes across an entire landscape. An LCD can offer guidance for organizations and agencies working at different scales in the same area, and can help foster collaboration among them to achieve shared conservation goals.
The NY State Wildlife Action Plan identifies species of greatest conservation need (SGCN) in New York, identifies problems they face, and outlines actions need to conserve them. This plan serves as an update to the 2005 plan.
The Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge Comprehensive Plan identifies the role the Refuge will play in supporting the mission of the National Wildlife Refuge System and provides guidance for Refuge management. The plan articulates management goals for the next 15 years and specifies objectives and strategies that will achieve those goals.
In response to the economic and environmental imperative for protecting the Great Lakes, the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes (OGL), with input from thousands of stakeholders at more than 20 meetings across Michigan, led the effort to prepare and implement this plan designed to protect, restore, and sustain Michigan's Great Lakes for current and future generations.