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the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative provides funding to novel, school-community partnerships that bring students outside the classroom to participate in ongoing, community-supported environmental investigation and stewardship activities.

If you're interested in a grant or would just like more information, please e-mail us at northeastmichiganGLSI@gmail.com

     In preparation for the application process:

  • Assemble a team of teachers to lead the project
  • Decide what type of project you would like to do and what community need it addresses (see examples)
  • Find Community Partners that can help you complete the project
  • Create a time-line for project activities
  • Determine a budget
  • Register your project team

Visit our Forms page for sample applications, and team registrations.

Also, feel free to contact our leadership team with any questions, comments or concerns. 


Other Sources of Funding for Your Project   

This page last updated on 2/15/2017.
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AMA-Iosco Math Science Center Americorps U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Great Lakes Fishery Trust Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative Community Foundation Northeast Michigan Huron Pines Cheboygan-Otsego-Presque Isle ESD Alpena-Montmorency-Alcona ESD Michigan Department of Natural Resources Northeast Michigan Council of Governments Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary 4-H MSU Extension Michigan Sea Grant NOAA