Lake Erie LAMPs and Associated Reports
Under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, the governments of Canada and the United States have committed to restore and maintain the physical, biological and chemical integrity of the waters of the Great Lakes.
On this page:
- Lakewide Action and Management Plans (LAMPs) Information
- LAMP Annual Reports
- Lake Erie Areas of Concern
- Other Plans and Reports
The Lake Erie Management Plan (LAMP) is a binational action plan for restoring and protecting the Lake Erie ecosystem. The Lake Erie Partnership develops and implements the LAMP. U.S. EPA and Environment Canada lead the Partnership. It facilitates information sharing, sets priorities, and helps coordinate binational environmental protection and restoration activities.
The next Lake Erie LAMP will be issued in 2018. Until then, the Lake Erie Partnership will be assessing the state of the lake, measuring progress against existing LAMP goals and objectives, and promoting management actions to address identified problems.
LAMP annual reports highlight accomplishments and progress in achieving LAMP goals during the previous year; they identify LAMP-related activities including outreach, monitoring, and protection and restoration actions.
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2018
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2017
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2016
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2015
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2014
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2013
- Lake Erie LAMP Annual Report 2012
- Ashtabula River AOC
- Black River AOC
- Buffalo River AOC
- Cuyahoga River AOC
- Detroit River AOC
- Maumee AOC
- Presque Isle Bay AOC - Delisted
- River Raisin AOC
- Rouge River AOC
- Niagara River AOC
- Biodiversity Strategies Exit
- Lake Erie Water Quality 1970-1982: A Management Assessment
- Lake Erie Binational Nutrient Management Strategy 2011
- Lake Erie BUI Assessment Reports 1997-2000