An online conversation at Zoom took place a few weeks after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced $ 226 million to complete the Brandon Road inter-basin project design, an effort of $ 858 million to keep carp downstream from Joliet, Illinois, the Des Plaines River and from the Great Lakes.
- With the new invasive carp money the Great Lakes will learn about past invasions
- The feds are allocating $ 226 million to the Great Lakes Invasive Carp Project
- See the Bridge discussion on the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative
Bridge Michigan reporter Kelly House was joined by Peter Elsip, an environmental modeling analyst at the University of Michigan Great Lakes Cooperative Research Institute; Rachel Stertavant, Head of the NOAA Program Information system on aquatic non-native species of the Great Lakes; and Doug Craven, director of natural resources A small traverse bay group of the Odawa Indians.
If you missed the hourly chat on Wednesday, you can watch it below.
This event is part of a six-month, bi-monthly discussion series on the Great Lakes, prepared in partnership with The circle is blue and funded by Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation and Bosch Joint Foundation.
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The series will resume on May 11. Follow the topic announcement and registration information.