Healing Our Waters Great Lakes Coalition

The Great Lakes provide drinking water for 30 million people—we can’t afford to stop our efforts to protect and restore them.

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There’s more work to do to restore the Great Lakes. Let your Member of Congress know why restoration is important to you!
Washington Watch
Keep up with the latest Great Lakes news coming out of Washington, D.C., and learn how it could impact our region.
House Committees to Take Up Spending Bills This Week

House Committees to Take Up Spending Bills This Week

This week, the House Appropriations Committee is looking at various draft budget bills for Fiscal Year 2023, including the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies funding bill, which is proposing robust funding increases for the Department of Interior and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Big Win for PFAS Reduction

Big Win for PFAS Reduction

Coalition supports efforts by 47 U.S. House Republicans and Democrats to boost federal investments in restoration, protection efforts.

IN YOUR STATE

Learn how Great Lakes restoration is benefiting your state, as well as what work is left to do.

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Illinois

Illinois

is home to an ecologically rare ravine ecosystem being restored.

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New York

New York

is known for more than just majestic Niagara Falls.

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Indiana

Indiana

is home to the Indiana Dunes National Park.

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Ohio

Ohio

borders the most productive of the Great Lakes.

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Michigan

Michigan

borders four Great Lakes.

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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

is home to the rare and restored Presque Isle State Park.

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Minnesota

Minnesota

is home to over 10,000 lakes.

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin

has many restored working rivers and waterways.

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ISSUES

 

Learn about the Great Lakes issues we work on and the manageable solutions we support.
OUR MEMBERS

Since 2004, the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition has been harnessing the collective power of more than 170 groups representing millions of people, whose common goal is to restore and protect the Great Lakes.