U.S. EPA Announces Awards 14 Great Lakes Restoration Grants

Last Thursday the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced 14 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants awarded to organizations in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Michigan. The grants total $17 million and are focused on improving Great Lakes water quality, reducing runoff, and preventing soil erosion. Below is a list of the organizations that were awarded grants. You can find more information about each proposed project in the EPA’s press release, here.


Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance Inc. ($4,196,221)
Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District Council ($1,686,669)
Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee ($580,000)


Ohio Environmental Protection Agency ($3,696,182)
Western Reserve Land Conservancy ($750,000
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency ($689,060)
Chagrin River Watershed Partners Inc. ($178,479)


The Nature Conservancy ($2,558,853)
Delta Institute ($750,000)
The Stewardship Network ($745,000)
Grand Traverse Bay Watershed Initiative ($729,840)
Muskegon River Watershed Assembly ($356,970)
Superior Watershed Partnership ($330,403)
Outdoor Discovery Center ($250,000)

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