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Why Residents of the Great Lakes Region Should Support Local Tree Protection Ordinances

Tree protection ordinances serve a very important role. Without them, trees would be annihilated, surroundings destroyed, and the landscape remains in a terrible state. A proper understanding of these ordinances is essential, as you will notice below. Understanding these ordinances is not something worth leaving to tree removal experts alone. All residents have the responsibility […]

4 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Long Distance Mover

The Great Lakes region is an excellent place for settling in alone or with your family. It has numerous attractions. It is no wonder that many people consider relocating here. One way of doing this is by hiring a team of professional movers. Hiring movers Sarasota is great for you. Otherwise, you would have to […]

How the Great Lakes Region Residents Can Apply for Bad Credit Car Loans

Bad credit is often a reason for not getting any loan you apply for. Most lenders would think twice about approving your request for the loan. Lenders who approve such applications often charge higher premiums or interest rates. However, you can apply for bad credit car loans today even if based in the Great Lakes […]

Why Businesses in the Great Lakes Region Need Accountants for their Economic Betterment

Businesses work hard to reach a specific threshold in revenues. Once they achieve that, their next goal could be obtaining additional financial assistance, growth, and expansion. Often, such businesses have to solicit financial assistance from external sources. Unfortunately, they cannot get what they want unless they present their books for evaluation. That is where the […]

Reasons to Invest in an Under-Sink Water Filter

Water filters provide a number of benefits. Depending on the type installed, they can remove bacterial contaminants, lead, chlorine, and a number of toxins from water. Types such as the solid block filter remove the contaminants without affecting the level of useful minerals which keep drinking water at the right PH level. The result is […]

How to Keep Your Whiting Home Clean Despite a Busy Schedule

If you have a busy schedule, you probably lack time to keep your house spotlessly clean. Despite this, a clean house is essential for your own health and comfort. You also don’t want visitors who come on short notice to find your home untidy and dirty. Here are tips to ensure your house is clean […]

Signs a Tree Is Hazardous

The value of trees to the environment and the world’s population cannot be disputed. However, trees are also prone to pests, diseases and damage; at times, making it necessary to take measures such as maintaining the distance between it and people or as drastic as removing the affected trees. It is important to check your […]

State and Tribal Habitat/Wetlands Initiative Habitat/Species Workshops 2008-2009

Under the auspices of the Great Lakes Regional Collaboration and its Habitat-Species Work Group, the Great Lakes Commission conducted nine one-day workshops across the Great Lakes region, one in each of the eight Great Lakes states and one dedicated to the tribal communities within the U.S. drainage basin to the lakes. These workshops were conducted […]

Great Lakes Botulism Type E Coordination and Response Initiative

Botulism is now implicated in thousands of bird, fish, and amphibian mortalities across the Great Lakes each year. Infected carcasses wash ashore and pose a threat to wildlife and pets. The exact mechanism causing this recent resurgence remains unknown. Addressing this problem is beyond the capability of any single agency/organization. A variety of agencies are […]

Drafting the Great Lakes Regional Collaboration Strategy to Restore and Protect the Great Lakes

The Strategy Teams Following the Conveners Meeting and Signing Ceremony on December 3, 2004, the Issue Area Strategy Teams began their work. The eight Teams were organized around eight of the nine priorities identified by the Council of Great Lakes Governors. The Governors’ water management priority was not addressed since it was being dealt with […]

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