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Great Lakes Week brings U.S., Canadian officials to Milwaukee

Wisconsin cleanup, revitalization projects in the spotlight

9:30 AM, Sep. 6, 2013
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Successful clean ups along the Sheboygan River and the Kinnickinnic River and Wisconsin's innovative phosphorus reduction strategy will be in the spotlight Sept. 9-12 as Milwaukee hosts Great Lakes Week.

Hundreds of government representatives, industry leaders, tribal members, academics, environmental consultants and activists will gather to take stock of the overall health of the Great Lakes, celebrate progress, and set priorities for action and scientific research on challenges ranging from low water levels and excessive phosphorus to invasive species and adapting to ...

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