Great Lakes-Northern Forest CESU

"The central mission of the Great Lakes-Northern Forest CESU (GLNF-CESU) is to conduct a program of research/ technical assistance and education that involves the biological/ physical/ social and cultural sciences needed to address/ manage and preserve Great Lakes Northern Forest ecosystems in a rapidly changing social/ economic and environmental landscape. Our region includes all or parts of 12 states/ more than 30 percent of the nation's total population several of the nation's largest metropolitan areas/ and some of the nations most significant water resources and forest lands."

Project Tracking Database

View projects from 2002-2017 GLNF Project Database (xlsx)

Notice of Funding

Title: Natural Resource Stewardship Communication
Funding Opportunity Number: P18AS00182
Full announcement on

Request for Statement of Interest (SOI)

Project Title: Multiple Species Inventory and Management Analysis
PDF iconmultiple_species_inventory.pdf
Respond by: June 20, 2018

Project Title: Investigate Ecological Relationships and Processes Following 
Wolf Introduction in Isle Royale National Park
PDF iconisle_royale_national_park.pdf

Respond by: July 16, 2018

"State of our CESU"

View the March 2014 Network Report Update (PDF)

Internship Opportunity

Attached is a flyer announcing the opening of the application process for a one year internship at national parks across the nation as a community volunteer ambassador (CVA).
One CVA will be selected to work in the Mississippi National River and Recreation (NRRA).  Start date would be February 12, 2018.
This link will take you to the internship application web site. 
To insure first consideration for locations preferred, the application should be submitted by October 27, 2017.