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.

Please contact our communications staff to arrange an interview with coalition staff or coalition partners.

Jordan Lubetkin
Communications Director
734-887-7109
Lubetkin@nwf.org

Lindsey Bacigal
Communications Coordinator
734-887-7113
BacigalL@nwf.org

You can also stay informed of the latest developments in the effort to restore the Great Lakes by checking out our resources page.

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Recent Press Releases

 

EPA Targets Historic Water Infrastructure Funding to Communities Most Impacted by Pollution

EPA Targets Historic Water Infrastructure Funding to Communities Most Impacted by Pollution

The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition is applauding the EPA’s plan to collaborate with states, tribes and local officials to ensure that historic federal investments to fix drinking water and wastewater infrastructure reach communities most impacted by pollution. The plan, released today, provides guidance on how more than $40 billion in federal funding will be spent as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law, known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Coalition Supports Biden Administration Push for Stronger Clean Water Protections

Coalition Supports Biden Administration Push for Stronger Clean Water Protections

The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition supports the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposed rule to strengthen clean water protections essential to the health of communities and the Great Lakes. The agencies are proposing a rule that will determine the level of protections for several classifications of streams and wetlands.