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Annual Meeting

February 4, 2015

Contact: Michelle Selzer
Lake Erie Coordinator
MI Office of the Great Lakes

The strength of the St. Clair-Detroit River Corridor Initiative emanates from the collective contributions of the partners. Partners contribute to the initiative in a number of ways including providing leadership and guidance, assisting with administration, and coordinating and conducting research. A new Partnership Agreement was developed in 2014. The table below is a comprehensive list of those partners who have signed the new agreement. Also below are the partner entities that provide leadership on the Steering Committee and other Supporting Organizations.

New SCDRS Partnership Agreement Signatories

A new Partnership Agreement was developed in winter 2014. The table below is a comprehensive list of those partners who have signed the new agreement.

Member Date Signed
University of Toledo 4/18/2014
Wayne State University 4/25/2014
Michigan Sea Grant 4/25/2014
Great Lakes Fishery Commission 4/28/2014
The Nature Conservancy 5/21/2014
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality 7/13/2014
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 7/17/2014
USGS - Great Lakes Science Center 7/21/2014
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 7/27/2014
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 7/28/2014
Essex Region Conservation Authority 7/29/2014
Walpole Island Fish Nation 7/30/2014
Ohio DNR Division of Wildlife 7/31/2014
Michigan DNR Fisheries Division 8/1/2014
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 9/19/2014

Steering Committee Partners:

Supporting Organizations:

The St. Clair-Detroit River System (SCDRS) Initiative Partners share a common vision: the restoration of portions of southern Lake Huron, the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River, and western Lake Erie to a thriving ecosystem with science-based management and broad social support that provides environmental services for the region and the Great Lakes basin.

The SCDRS Initiative is a bi-national collaborative partnership with more than 30 organizations, including U.S. and Canadian natural resource-related agencies, Tribes/First Nations, units of local government, industry and university partners, non-profits, and interested citizens.