Great Lakes Water Quality Board
The Great Lakes Water Quality Board is the principal advisor to the International Joint Commission under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The Board assists the Commission by reviewing and assessing the progress of the governments of Canada and the United States in implementing the Agreement, identifying emerging issues and recommending strategies and approaches for preventing and resolving complex challenges facing the Great Lakes, and providing advice on the role of relevant jurisdictions to implement these strategies and approaches.
Public Hearing on Proposed Nutrient Water Quality Objectives for the Red River - January 16 Fargo, ND
The International Joint Commission will be holding a public hearing on Thursday, January 16 from 7pm-9pm at the Delta Marriott in Fargo, North Dakota on proposed nutrient concentration objectives and nutrient load targets for the Red River at the boundary between the United States and Canada. Comments will be also be accepted by mail, email and online until February 28, 2020.
Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands Webinar
If you missed the webinar hosted by the WQB 's Emerging Issues Work Group and the Great Lakes Coastal Assembly on December 19th, 2018, click on the buttons below to see the recording or learn more.