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Lawmakers care about your views and opinions. As a Great Lakes constituent, you have the ability to convey your concerns about issues affecting birds, wildlife, and their habitats. The only way we'll be successful in our conservation efforts is with your help!

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Great Lakes Piping Plover. Photo: Michael Greer

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Advocating for Great Lakes Birds & People

Congress Funds Critical Investment in the Great Lakes
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Congress Funds Critical Investment in the Great Lakes

Audubon Great Lakes Celebrates Funding for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

Bipartisan Bill to Support Farmers and Foresters in the Fight against Climate Change Passes Congress
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Bipartisan Bill to Support Farmers and Foresters in the Fight against Climate Change Passes Congress

The Growing Climate Solutions Act will assist farmers and foresters in adopting sustainable management practices to protect birds and people

Indiana Wetlands Task Force Call for More Protections of State’s Wetlands
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Indiana Wetlands Task Force Call for More Protections of State’s Wetlands

Brian Vigue, Audubon Great Lakes Statement on the Task Force’s Final Report Recommendations

As Climate Change Threatens Birds, Great Lakes States Recognize the Importance of Clean Energy
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As Climate Change Threatens Birds, Great Lakes States Recognize the Importance of Clean Energy

Celebrate Clean Energy Week, September 26 – 30, 2022

Building Properly Siting Transmission Lines Needed to Secure a Safer Future for Birds and People
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Building Properly Siting Transmission Lines Needed to Secure a Safer Future for Birds and People

We can expand renewable energy and protect birds

Senator Tammy Baldwin Tours Allouez Bay Restoration Project with Audubon Great Lakes to Discuss Importance of Federal Policy on Local Conservation
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Senator Tammy Baldwin Tours Allouez Bay Restoration Project with Audubon Great Lakes to Discuss Importance of Federal Policy on Local Conservation

Audubon Great Lakes Shares Wetland Restoration Work, Thanks Sen. Baldwin for Championing Conservation Policy to Protect Wisconsin Birds and Natural Resources

What the Inflation Reduction Act Means for the Great Lakes Region
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What the Inflation Reduction Act Means for the Great Lakes Region

Climate change is being felt here and now in the Great Lakes. Historic climate legislation takes big step to put us back on track to meet climate goals to protect our region’s birds and people.

Inflation Reduction Act a Historic Win for Great Lakes’ Birds and People
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Inflation Reduction Act a Historic Win for Great Lakes’ Birds and People

Marnie Urso, Audubon Great Lakes Statement on the House’s passage of the Inflation Reduction Act

Historic Climate Legislation Would Create a Cleaner Future for Great Lakes' Birds and People
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Historic Climate Legislation Would Create a Cleaner Future for Great Lakes' Birds and People

Adam Forrer, Audubon Great Lakes Statement on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Moves Closer to Passing Congress
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The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Moves Closer to Passing Congress

Marnie Urso, Audubon Great Lakes Statement on Passage of the Wildlife Conservation Legislation by the U.S. House of Representatives