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St.Lawrence River - Areas of Concern


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Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is working towards attaining self-sufficiency and to better serve the needs of Akwesasne community members. The tribe strives to strengthen tribal government, while at the same time maintaining traditional Mohawk values.
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USEPA Great Lakes AOC
The U.S.-Canada Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (Annex 2 of the 1987 Protocol) defines AOCs as "geographic areas that fail to meet the general or specific objectives of the agreement where such failure has caused or is likely to cause impairment of beneficial use of the area's ability to support aquatic life."
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Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center
The Nature Center is evolving from a NYS Park nature center to a non-profit nature center. We have more than 23 years of successful environmental education programs behind us & endless years of success ahead of us.
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Mohawk Council of Akwesasne
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is composed of twelve (12) District Chiefs and a Grand Chief. The twelve (12) District Chiefs are representatives of the three (3) Districts, namely, TsiSnaihne, Kanatakon, and Kawehnoke. Each of these three (3) Districts elect four (4) Chiefs, and the Grand Chief is elected by all three Districts.
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Department of Environmental Conservation

Department of Environmental Conservation
Areas of Concern (AOC) are geographic areas around the Great Lakes that are environmentally degraded. In 1987, the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement designated 43 AOCs as a way to focus restoration work on these areas. Of the 43 AOCs, 26 are in the U.S., 12 are in Canada, and 5 are shared by both countries.
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Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Environment Division Posted: 2016.03.10

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