Great Lakes Protection Fund

Great Lakes Protection Fund

Financial & Insurance activites | Northern America | Access to Clean Water and Sanitation |

 

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The Great Lakes Protection Fund is a publicly capitalized, private corporation created in 1989 by the Governors of the states surrounding the Great Lakes. The Fund invests a one-time contribution of public funds and uses the investment income for two purposes: first, to test new regional actions that improve the health of the Great Lakes; and second, to provide resources for states to support their individual Great Lakes priorities.

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Evanston, Illinois 60201
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