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New Report:

  • new Review of In-stream Nonpoint Source Control Methodologies to Reduce Erosion and Sedimentation and Abate Phosphorus Loadings to the Great Lakes

  • Upcoming Events:

    Visit the program's events page to see the latest listing of events.

    New Tools:

  • Educational Primers on Nonpoint Source Pollution


  • Visit our Resources page for additional nonpoint source and sediment related materials.

     


    Nonpoint Source Pollution Educational Primers

    The following three educational primer modules are presentations intended to inform and educate a variety of stakeholders on the importance of nonpoint source (NPS) pollution and control within the Great Lakes basin. Each module is geared toward actions that may apply to different user groups and/or land uses.

    In addition to using these modules, the presenter is encouraged to provide local examples and contact information for audience members to seek additional information.

    NPS Educational Primer Modules:

    How to Use the Educational Primer Modules: User Instructions and Background

    Note: When downloading the PowerPoint files, save the file locally. Then, open the file and click Read Only when prompted for a password. If you need to remove, add, or edit a slide, please contact Gary Overmier at the Great Lakes Commission (734-971-9135 or garyo@glc.org) for assistance.

     

    Urban and Suburban Communities

    PowerPoint (3.7 mb) - Save, then open as Read Only

    PDF (1.4 mb)

         
     

    Agricultural and Rural Land Management

    PowerPoint (3.5 mb) - Save, then open as Read Only

    PDF (1.3 mb)

         
     

    Forests and Inland Lakes

    PowerPoint (6.4 mb) - Save, then open as Read Only

    PDF (1.7 mb)

     

    State NPS Pollution Agency Guides:

    State

    Paper Size (for printing)

    Illinois

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Indiana

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Michigan

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Minnesota

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    New York

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Ohio

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Pennsylvania

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

    Wisconsin

    8.5 x 11-inch

    11x17-inch (foldable)

     

    Additional Resources:

     

    For More Information, Contact:

    Gary Overmier, Senior Project Manager

    Great Lakes Commission

    (734) 971-9135

    garyo@glc.org

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Great Lakes Commission des Grands Lacs.  2805 S. Industrial Highway, Suite 100.  Ann Arbor, MI  48104-6791.  phone: 734/971.9135.  fax: 734/971-9150.  projects.glc.org. USACE, Detroit District GLIN Partner