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The University of Windsor hosted the 8th biennial State of the Strait Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 19.

Published on: Thu, 11/21/2019
Last Modified: Thu, 11/21/2019 - 4:00pm


On Tuesday, Nov. 19, rseearchers, students, concerned citizens and government authorities from Canada and the U.S. met to discuss issues regarding the Detroit River and it's watersheds.  Over 200 people were there to participate in forums and discussions, to come up a report to guide steps that need to be taken to improve watershed quality, and address climate change.

 

Read the article in the Windsor Star