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Sustain Our Great Lakes Awards $1.5M in Grant Funding to Boardman River Dams & Restoration Project
September 15, 2014, 10:00 am
By Chuck Lombardo, CML Marketing Communications, clombardo@cmlmc.com, 231-922-6782

Traverse City, MI – The Conservation Resource Alliance has been awarded $1.5 million in grant funding from Sustain Our Great Lakes (SOGL) for the Boardman River Dams Restoration Project. Funds will be used for ongoing dam removal and restoration work on the Boardman River, including the removal of Boardman and Sabin Dams and modification of Union Street Dam.

$3 Million Restoration Effort - Free Spanning the Maple River
September 12, 2014, 2:36 pm

Traverse City, MI - Tucked away near the tip of the mitt is a gem of a river that conservation partners are working hard to improve. The Maple River is a clear, coldwater trout stream that locals love, with good reason. But, like most northern rivers, historic logging, agricultural practices, and transportation development have left an impact over the last century. Conservation Resource Alliance, a nonprofit serving 15 northern Michigan counties, is leading restoration efforts and recently received a major boost with a $558,000 grant through Sustain Our Great Lakes, a program administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

Sustain Our Great Lakes Program Announces $12 Million in Grants for Great Lakes Restoration
September 9, 2014, 2:00 pm
By Todd Hogrefe, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 612-564-7286 or 612-716-4089

Grand Rapids, MI–Today, Sustain Our Great Lakes partners announced 31 projects selected by the program to receive nearly $12 million in grant funding for ecological restoration in the Great Lakes basin. With a focus on improving the quality and connectivity of stream, wetland and coastal habitats, this investment will help protect, restore and enhance the ecological integrity of the Great Lakes and surrounding region. Grant recipients will match the new grant funding with an additional $11 million, for a total on-the-ground impact of $23 million.

My CRA Summer
August 25, 2014, 12:00 am
By Matt Oxley, Field Technician

A very harsh winter has led to a mild summer. While beach enthusiasts and tourists may not care for the cooler temperatures, the weather does not go unappreciated by the interns performing this summer’s batch of field work. Aside from a few weeks of high mosquito populations, the weather has been perfect for working outside.

Free Spanning the Maple Update
August 18, 2014, 12:00 am

Tucked away near the tip of the mitt is a gem of a river that CRA and partners have been working hard to improve for years. The Maple River is a clear, cold trout stream that locals love, with good reason. But, like most northern rivers, historic logging, agricultural practices, and transportation development have left an impact over the last century.

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