Are You a Poster Child for Great Lakes Restoration?

The 2010 Healing Our Waters Coalition – Great Lakes Restoration conference is offering an innovative showcase for restoration projects. On September 23, 2010 during the conference in Buffalo, NY there will be a Happy Hour where firms and organizations engaged in on-the-ground restoration efforts in the Great Lakes region can highlight their projects with a poster.

The foyer of the HOW Coalition conference will be transformed into a sparkling show room accentuating successful restoration activities around the eight state region. This will be a tremendous opportunity to share resources and professional services among conference participants at the most important Great Lakes restoration event of the year.

Anyone interested in showcasing their restoration project by exhibiting a poster should contact Beth Wallace (wallaceb@nwf.org) by September 1, 2010. The fee is $200 per poster, but any sponsor donating $500 or more will have the fee waived.

The event will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 on the shores of Lake Erie at the Adams Mark Hotel in Buffalo, New York.

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2 Responses to Are You a Poster Child for Great Lakes Restoration?

  1. If anyone there is really interested in restoring the Lower Great Lakes, the normal annual ice flow from Erie to Ontario must be restored. It was a vital action that cleansed Erie and fed Ontario. A “Conveyor System” that was not understood. My site http://www.bantheboom.com tells of my scientific research and “Ice Boom Theory” Please kindly help draw attention and support to this cause. All other projects are futile until nature’s system is functioning as intended. Thank you. Joe Barrett

  2. And yes I would be the perfect poster child. I saw the problems. I studied them. I did the research and field time. I used my own money. I’ve done everything I can possibly do. I don’t quit. I solved huge problems and N.Y.P.A. denies them all. Science doesn’t matter apparently, only money and payoffs. I need an army of believers. People that are fed up with the stench of decaying matter that would not be there except for the Ice Boom. I think this area misses out on the possibility of a fabulous spring time tourist attraction. All in the name of 2% higher profits for the power authority. Great Deal? JBB