07 May '11, 1pm

The Great Lakes: How well do you really know them? Explore & learn more with our cool interactive map!

The Nature Conservancy is bringing together states from around the Great Lakes basin with our Canadian partners to protect, restore and maintain the world’s largest freshwater system. Our Great Lakes Project is focused on the protection and restoration of the most critical natural systems within the region. Go deeper using an interactive map to learn how we are working to address the threats facing these systems with effective conservation strategies.

Full article: http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica...

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Free nature explorer's family kit.

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Fifteen conservation issues to watch

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news.mongabay.com 24 Apr '11, 6pm

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Our Nature Photo of the Week is a real winner: Enjoy!

Our Nature Photo of the Week is a real winner: ...

blog.nature.org 06 May '11, 1pm

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