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Great Lakes Commons is a bio-regional group that engages people across the Great Lakes.

We are using this Meetup to invite, organize, and plan for many more local Great Lakes Commons chapters in your community. Join us and help make this vision happen.

You should join if you are curious or supportive of a commons ethic and approach to water.

You should join if you want to collaborate and participate in this water-commoning work. Check our past and upcoming events to see what we're up to. Also check out the Forums and the wonderful other members.

You should join if want to connect the dots between:

- different water issues (agriculture to zebra muscles)

- various communities and nations (the Anishinaabe peoples to the people of Zanesville Ohio)

- our relations with water and those between people & the planet, science & the sacred, trade & aboriginal treaties, politics & public engagement

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