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Lake Ontario

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Further information:

Conrad de Barros
Ontario Ministry
of the Environment and Energy
(613) 549-4000 ext 2622

Sandra George
Environment Canada
(905) 336-6284

Jen Baker
New York State
Department of Environmental Conservation
(315) 785-2261

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Great Lakes Lakewide Management Plans (LaMPS)

Lakewide Management Plans (LaMPs)

Aisha Sexton-Sims (sexton-sims.aisha@epa.gov) 212-637-3608

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The key elements of the Lake Ontario LaMP's Binational Biodiversity Conservation Strategy are:

  1. integration of action priorities into existing programs and "place-based" planning activities especially within key watersheds, an activity best done by local governments and organizations
  2. regional coordination of lakewide scale biodiversity monitoring and restoration activities.

Given the enormous amount of work needed to restore and protect Lake Ontario's biodiversity, the LaMP recognizes that the key to success lies in our ability to build and foster cooperative partnerships throughout the Lake Ontario basin. To that end, we ask that you consider the strategies and key steps outlined in this report as you plan and undertake activities to restore and protect Lake Ontario's biodiversity.

Lake Ontario Lakewide Management Plan

Lake Ontario Areas of Concern



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