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Gift Certificate Jobs, Economy and the Great Lakes: Vital to the Nation's Economy Fact Sheet Restoring the Marsh: Phragmites Removal and Monitoring
You can enter the value of your gift certificate after selecting a delivery method. More than 1.5 million Great Lakes-related jobs generated $62 billion in wages, in 2009. The Jobs, Economy and Great Lakes report, produced in February 2011, focused on the economic benefits of Great Lakes-related jobs to the region. This fact sheet breaks down the analysis, showing that the Lakes are key to the region's economy in many ways.

Available as a PDF download
Great Lakes marshes are valuable wetland habitats, full of nutrients that help support diverse plant and animal life. They also provide ecological services such as water filtration and flood protection along the coast. However, many marsh habitats are threatened by pollution, development and non-native aquatic invasive species, like Phragmites.

Available printed* or as a PDF (download here)

*Max of 20 copies per order.
An Introduction to Michigan Watersheds for Teachers, Students and Residents Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie Great Lakes watershed poster
A guide to understanding Michigan's watersheds, why they are important and how they function. This poster unpacks the history and science behind Lake Erie's now-annual algal bloom. Learn why Lake Erie experiences so many harmful algal blooms and how scientists are using innovative tools to understand and hopefully prevent these blooms in the future. Complete with a timeline of milestones in the fight against blooms in Lake Erie, this 39" x 27" poster is a useful guide for offices or high school and college classrooms.

No matter where you are located, you are in a watershed. A watershed can be as small as a few acres draining into a farm pond or as large as several thousand square miles for a major lake, such as one of our Great Lakes.

On this new map, created by the Nature Conservancy and produced by the Fred A. & Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, the watersheds of our Great Lakes are depicted in vibrant color. Displaying both the individual and collective watersheds that make up the Great Lakes basins, this map helps to remind us that all of the water – clean and polluted – that flows into one of these watersheds will eventually end up in one of our Great Lakes. The map's simplified style and eye-catching color makes it a great addition to any classroom or home. 24" x 40"

Salmon and Trout of the Great Lakes: A Visual Identification Guide Safely Enjoy the Great Lakes Dabblers and Divers
Salmon and Trout of the Great Lakes: A Visual Identification Guide will help experienced and new anglers learn about body features used in identification. This brochure results from a collaboration between New York, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois-Indiana Sea Grants, all members of the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network. Interested in knowing how to keep yourself and others safe while enjoying the Great Lakes? Order the new Water Safety brochures from the Great Lakes Water Safety Consortium – the water safety community working together to share best practices, including their top 10 tips for staying safe around the water. Bonus poster inside. Order a stack and help distribute them in your area. Minimum order: 100

If you are interested in ordering over 300 brochures, please contact Jamie
Racklyeft at
This poster helps you find clues on identifying the duck as a dabbler or diver.
Fins, Tails and Scales Poster Image of the Map Michigan Watersheds Map
An eye-catching poster that provides an intriguing glimpse into the world of fish identification. This map, showcasing the Great Lakes Basin, demonstrates just how large the lakes and their drainages are.
Perfect for the classroom! The updated Michigan Watersheds Map is a fantastic way to illustrate a personal connection to the waters of the Great Lakes.
Beautiful Belle Isle: Detroit’s Unique Urban Park Great Lakes Nature: An Outdoor Year Life of the Lakes, guide to the Great Lakes fishery
Great Lakes Nature: An Outdoor Year
Price: $22.95
Sale Price: $15.00
Take a self-guided tour of Belle Isle with this 24-page, water-resistant, wire-bound flip book (7.25"x5"). Belle Isle Park is located in the Detroit River, which flows between the United States and Canada. As you bike, paddle, drive, or walk around Belle Isle, learn about the history and features of this beautiful state park at your own pace. Historical photographs give a glimpse into the island's past, and the accompanying text gives a bite-sized taste of how this 1.5-square mile park came to be. One woman's journey of discovery through the often-overlooked wonders of nature all around us. From the earliest days, people have been drawn to the beauty, resources and way of life found in the Great Lakes. This book explores the part that the fishery has played in the life of the Great Lakes, examining the management, history, present and future of the lakes from a regional perspective.
Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants Guide to Great Lakes Fishes Field Manual of Michigan Flora
Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants
Price: $26.95
Sale Price: $20.75
The definitive book for identifying the rich diversity of plant life throughout Great Lakes coastal and wetlands areas. Use this handy waterproof guide for successful Great Lakes fish identification. Comprehensive guide to plants in Michigan. Fantastic resource for the professional or casual student of natural resources.