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Great Lakes Wetlands Conservation Action Plan - Highlights Report 2005-2010




The Great Lakes Wetlands Conservation Action Plan (GLWCAP) was developed in 1994 to enable government and nongovernment partners to work together more effectively to conserve the remaining wetlands in the Great Lakes basin. Implementation of the GLWCAP is coordinated by a team of representatives from Environment Canada (Canadian Wildlife Service), the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Conservation Ontario, Ontario Nature, the Nature Conservancy of Canada, and Ducks Unlimited Canada. This report highlights some of the work done in Phase Three (2005-2010) of the Action Plan. All previous highlights reports are also posted at

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Regions: Ontario, Canada



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