Since 2004, the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition has been harnessing the collective power of more than 150 groups representing millions of people, whose common goal is to restore and protect the Great Lakes. The coalition is a leading voice for Great Lakes restoration and protection in Washington, D.C., and in the Great Lakes states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
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Recent Press Releases
The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition today is calling on presidential candidates to support a Great Lakes platform for clean drinking water.
The House Appropriations Committee voted to increase federal investment in Great Lakes Restoration Initiative from $300 million to $320 million.
This week the Interior and Environment Appropriations Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives indicated its support for key Great Lakes programs.
Annual Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition conference to highlight issues around water affordability, infrastructure, environmental justice.
The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition today named Laura Rubin as the next director for the Coalition. She will officially start on June 3, 2019.
The Coalition and its member groups are opposing a move by the Trump Administration to roll back clean water protections across the country.
59 Members of Congress have sent a letter to House appropriators requesting that full funding for the GLRI be restored in this year’s budget.
Great Lakes advocates are turning to the U.S. Congress to restore funding to core clean water programs, following the release of President Trump’s budget.
The Trump Administration’s budget fails Great Lakes communities, which depend on them for their drinking water, public health, jobs, and quality of life.