FLOW is dedicated to protecting and preserving the extraordinary and essential natural resource endowment and apply public trust principles to educate, advance policy, and provide solutions to the pressing water, energy and climate issues facing our region, nation and planet.
Circle of Blue unites classic journalism, data literacy and transformative connectivity. Its visionary work across the Great Lakes, U.S., China, Australia, Mexico, India and the Middle East earned the Rockefeller Centennial Innovation Award, one of the nation’s top honors.
Since 1989, Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) has provided learners of all ages with hands-on experiences aboard traditionally-rigged tall ship schooners, along the shores of the Great Lakes, and in local rivers, streams, and wetlands, inspiring Great Lakes curiosity, stewardship, and passion.
The Michigan Water Environment Association (MWEA), established in 1925, is one of Michigan's oldest organizations. MWEA represents more than 2,000 water quality professionals statewide who are dedicated to preserving, restoring and enhancing Michigan's water resources.
The Office of the Great Lakes works to protect and restore our state’s waters. The team works with partners to support sustainable communities, restore degraded waters, manage water quality and quantity, and prevent aquatic invasive species.
Using storytelling and music events across the state to amplify the groundswell of public support for clean water issues, the Clean Water Campaign represents an opportunity to help place clean water issues front and center by urging every candidate running for public office to make a strong stand on key issues affecting Michigan’s waters.
Mission: To ensure the healthy future of our waters in the Great Lakes region. Vision: A strong and effective environmental community working to protect and restore the Great Lakes and its many waters by involving residents in civic decision-making.
Since our founding during the campaign to pass the landmark Clean Water Act in 1972, Clean Water Action has worked to win strong health and environmental protections by bringing issue expertise, solution-oriented thinking and people power to the table.
Facing the challenges of sustainably managing and sharing water — our most precious natural resource — requires collaboration, education and outreach. Since 1977, the Water Education Foundation has put water resource issues in California and the West in context to inspire a deep understanding of and appreciation for water.
The America’s WETLAND Foundation (AWF) established in Louisiana, and working throughout the Gulf region, was founded in 2002 in response to a comprehensive coastal study calling on the need to alert the nation to the devastating loss of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands and how their loss impacts the rest of the nation.
Thirst Project is a nonprofit organization that works with the support of young people to END the global water crisis by building freshwater wells in developing communities that need safe, clean drinking water.