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Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan FY2010 - FY2014 and Implementation Strategy

EPA Designated Federal Officer (DFO):Thomas Carpenter

Responsible Committee/Panel:Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan Panel

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EPA is leading an interagency Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) to protect and restore the chemical, biological, and physical integrity of the Great Lakes. The GLRI is designed to target the most significant environmental problems in the region, as documented in extensive scientific studies and by stakeholder review. To guide the efforts of the GLRI, EPA and its Federal partners, through the Great Lakes Interagency Task Force, developed a comprehensive multi-year Action Plan. The GLRI Action Plan identifies outcome-oriented performance goals, objectives, measurable ecological targets, and specific actions for five major focus areas: toxic substances and areas of concern; invasive species; near-shore health and nonpoint source pollution; habitat and wildlife protection and restoration; and accountability, education, monitoring, evaluation, communication, and partnerships.

The EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager has requested the SAB to review the GLRI Action Plan to assess the appropriateness of its measures and actions to achieve its stated priorities and goals.

Agency Charge . (PDF, 4 pp., 302,309 bytes)

Agency Review Document(s):

PDF for The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Action Plan: FY 2010 – FY 2014. (PDF, 41 pp., 1,335,443 bytes)

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