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Environmental Assessment March 2014
The USGS and partners recently prepared a full report describing upcoming fish spawning reef projects and potential environmental impacts. The report and appendices are available on the Publications page.


Steering Committee Partners:

Member-at-large Partners:

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
U.S. Geological Survey 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
Steering Committee Members

The HEC Steering Committee consists of members who manage and protect this ecologically and economically valuable Corridor.  Corporations and citizens’ organizations are also actively involved on the HEC steering committee and in the restoration of fish and wildlife and their habitats in the Corridor.

The Steering Committee was formed to determine research strategies and direction, establish collaborations, and pursue funding opportunities using a consensus-based approach.  The group meets annually to re-assess HEC research needs, identify emerging issues, and determine next steps in aquatic habitat restoration. 

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