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MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE.

Imagine kids whose classrooms are their neighborhoods, who are engaged in hands-on projects that help them create change right where they live.

MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE.

Imagine kids whose classrooms are their neighborhoods, who are engaged in hands-on projects that help them create change right where they live.

MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE.

Imagine kids whose classrooms are their neighborhoods, who are engaged in hands-on projects that help them create change right where they live.

MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE

MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE

MICHIGAN'S FUTURE STARTS HERE

Imagine kids whose classrooms are their neighborhoods, who are engaged in hands-on projects that help them create change right where they live.

Learning for the Greater Good

Every day, the Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative sparks new ways for teachers and students to learn from the world around them. We inspire connections between classrooms and the local environment to build resilient communities. We provide unprecedented resources to transform K–12 education in the Great Lakes region through a powerful, one-of-a-kind statewide network of coordinated hubs.

We connect real experience in the environment with educational approaches that energize and empower teachers and students in the service of learning and supporting the community. This bold approach, known as place-based education, is the foundation of our powerful network of educators, students, and regional partners who are transforming Michigan classrooms and communities.

Schools across the region are increasing student engagement, improving academic achievement, and contributing to environmental quality in the Great Lakes’ ecosystems.

“…One of the most comprehensive place-based education programs in the country.”

– David Sobel, Center for Place-based Education, Antioch New England Institute

The Power of the Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative Network

The Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative has worked with 1,562 teachers in 263 schools across Michigan, creating an unparalleled network of resources and support.

More than 115,000 students have been empowered to help defend and nurture their local environment through our work.

We’ve enlisted about 1,100 individuals or representatives of local, state, or national groups to serve as partners in our stewardship projects.

Every day, we help connect classrooms with communities.

Together, we can expand our work to more schools and communities who desperately need it.
Will you join us today to change the face of education in Michigan and beyond?

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Stay Connected

The Thunder Bay International Film Festival (Jan 23-27) celebrates our Great Lakes and oceans. The line-up includes films created by students for the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative’s Student Film Competition. Click the link for tickets—and check out the festival trailer! https://buff.ly/2Dc9zXx

Mike Beiermeister WBKB
Students from Onaway High School got a mini preview of the upcoming Thunder Bay International Film Festival this afternoon. Hundreds of students in the area will get a sneak peek of these environmental films before it kicks off on Wednesday. (Learn More: https://bit.ly/2Dhff2r)
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