GLARO Resource Library

Below you will find resource materials for all of GLARO's departments. Housed here are all of the brochures, booklets, posters and other items from our communications library, as well as papers, theses and documents relating to all parts of the GLARO staff and its services. These documents will be either PDFs or links to external Web pages, unless otherwise noted.

If you have questions about the Resource Library or would like to request more information, contact Chris Sebastian at 734.623.2017.

GLARO

ResourcesDevelopment

Conservation

Landowner Resources

Engineering

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Public Policy

Research


Great Lakes/Atlantic Regional Office

Mix & Match Series

A stylistically cohesive set of fliers and posters that offers information on GLARO and the waterfowl and habitat our conservation work benefits

Ecosystem Initiatives

The Great Lakes/Atlantic region is divided into four areas on which the majority of our conservation efforts are focused. These four areas are known as Ecosystem Initiatives.

Priority Areas

Within GLARO's four Ecosystem Initiatives lie several Priority Areas, which concentrate our conservation efforts even further to target landscapes of special concern. These Priority Areas signify some of the most crucial habitats for breeding, migrating and wintering waterfowl in the Great Lakes/Atlantic region.

Atlantic Coast Chesapeake Bay
Great Lakes Upper Mississippi

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Development

Putting Resources Into Ducks Everywhere (PRIDE)

Conservation Booklets (with pledge forms)

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Conservation

Comprehensive Resources

Mix & Match Series
A stylistically cohesive set of fliers and posters that offers information on GLARO and the waterfowl and habitat our conservation work benefits

State-, Area- and Project-Specific Materials

Habitat Conservation in... ("DU in Your State")
An overview of conservation projects in GLARO's states including acreage by county (2007)

2015 State Conservation Reports

Lands Program

Ecosystem Initiatives

The Great Lakes/Atlantic region is divided into four areas on which the majority of our conservation efforts are focused. These four areas are known as Ecosystem Initiatives.

Priority Areas

Within GLARO's four Ecosystem Initiatives lie several Priority Areas, which concentrate our conservation efforts even further to target landscapes of special concern. These Priority Areas signify some of the most crucial habitats for breeding, migrating and wintering waterfowl in the Great Lakes/Atlantic region.

Atlantic Coast Chesapeake Bay
Great Lakes Upper Mississippi

Conservation Booklets

Other Conservation Resources

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Landowner Resources

Landowner Information Form
If you own land and would like DU's help with conservation work there, please fill out and submit our Landowner Information Form. It is available as an online form and as a PDF to print out and fax/mail to GLARO - please see our Contact Information for details.

Waterfowl Information

Habitat Information

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Engineering

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Geographic Information Systems

Reports

Data

Conservation And Recreation Lands (CARL)

National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) Update

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Public Policy

Farm Bill

Great Lakes Restoration (Mallard Harvest one-sheets)

These one-sheets provide data and evidence (linked specifically to mallards) as to why other states should care about the health of the Great Lakes.

Other Policy Issues

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Research

Black Duck Study

Spring Migration Study

Great Lakes Mallard Study

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