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Dr. John Hartig tells about the societal importance and economic benefits of the cleanup up of Toronto's waterfront

Dr. John Hartig wrote an article in Toronto Waterfront magazine about the benefits of a city's waterfront rehabilitation

GLIER visting scholar Dr. John Hartig publishes his latest installment of Great Lakes Moment-How the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will become a model for other regions to clean up their waterways.

Dr. John Hartig published an article on how the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will be a model for other places to clean up waterways

Upcoming State of the Strait Conference being held at University of Windsor-November 19, 2019

8th Annual State of the Strait Conference is being held at University of Windsor on November 19, 2019. Registration is free

Spotlight on GLIER Visiting Scholar in Daily News

Visiting Scholar at GLIER highlighted in Daily News

Upcoming State of the Strait Conference being held at University of Windsor-November 19-Save the Date

State of the Strait Conference will be held at the University of Windsor Nov. 19, 2019

Science Field Course builds bridges with Walpole Island Community

Science field course builds bridges between members Walpole Island and the University, while studying Traditional Ecological Knowledge

GLIER's first graduate returns as a visiting scholar

Dr. John Hartig, GLIER's first graduate, has returned to GLIER as a visiting scholar for one year

GLIER Researchers Weisener and Mundle to Study Stormwater Retention Ponds

UWindsor GLIER researchers Weisener and Mundle will study how greenhouse stormwater retention ponds affect the surrounding environment
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