News


Grant Programs, News
The Great Lakes Fishery Trust (GLFT) is now accepting proposals under its Habitat Protection and Restoration grant program. This request for proposals (RFP) will be used for the disbursement of up to $500,000 in grants in 2022.
News
A new project using a sophisticated system of receivers across Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron will help guide researchers in their efforts to return state-threatened lake sturgeon to the Saginaw Bay system. Some of the funding that made this project possible came from the GLFT.
Grant Programs, News
GLFT is now accepting Ecological and Biological Research to Inform Management preliminary proposals. This request for proposals process will be used for the disbursement of up to $1.3 million in grants.
News
Improved functionality and content is waiting for you at GLFT.org. The site will continue to provide the same information and functionality it always has for grantees and applicants, now with improved navigation and clearer information
News
Conservation organization Huron Pines has completed the fourth in a series of road/stream crossing restoration projects reconnecting vital coldwater habitat on two tributaries of the Thunder Bay River. Some of the funding that made this project possible came from the GLFT.
Research Notes
A critical knowledge gap in efforts to conserve and restore cisco has been cisco taxonomy. New research using genomic tools to clarify cisco population structure and taxonomy is yielding exciting information that challenges the current understanding of the Great Lakes cisco family tree.
Research Notes
Lake whitefish numbers are declining substantially in the Great Lakes, concerning those who highly value the species. Learn about recent research contributions on lake whitefish supported by the GLFT.
News
The GLFT is pleased to announce Jon Beard as the new trust manager. Mark Coscarelli has retired after more than 20 years of success and dedication to the ecological health of the Great Lakes and sustainability of its fish populations.
Grant Programs
GLFT is now accepting proposals under its Habitat Protection and Restoration grant program. This request for proposals will be used for the disbursement of up to $500,000 in grants in 2021.
Research Notes
For years, the Chinook collected valuable data on the Great Lakes fishery, such as the impact of sea lampreys and the effectiveness of stocking programs. Its replacement, named after Dr. Howard Tanner, was funded in part by a grant from the GLFT.

Be in the Know

Sign-up for the latest news from GLFT and receive request for proposal updates and new research notes.

Please check the boxes below that you would like to receive regular updates on.*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.