• Questions and Actions

  • The Great Lakes region’s most important resource is its water. Increasingly healthy and available water is a competitive advantage to attract new residents, new industries, and to support a likely very different economy than that of the last century. In 1989, a bipartisan group of governors established the Great Lakes Protection Fund to explore and test new ideas that make the Great Lakes healthier and more valuable. The Fund is seeking innovative thinkers and doers to lead and to change the world through improved uses of water—to answer questions with actions.
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