The GLLC is a nonpartisan, binational organization open to all state and provincial legislators serving in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River region.
Click here to view the current roster of GLLC members.
What Members Say
“I have found GLLC to be a great resource and have learned so much through my participation. I look forward to continuing to grow my involvement.”Rep. Lisa Subeck, Wisconsin
“I want to represent my state’s interest to the best of my ability and I believe that being a part of the GLLC will make me a more effective legislator.”Sen. Curtis VanderWall, Michigan
“My goal is to use the information shared by GLLC and be more intentional to work with my colleagues to bring more awareness to the environmental concerns impacting Lake Erie.”Rep. Stephanie Howse, Ohio
Interested in becoming a GLLC member?
Membership is open to all state and provincial legislators serving in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River region. Enrolling as a GLLC member brings the following opportunities:
- Make your voice heard by voting on and even sponsoring Caucus resolutions and member sign-on letters concerning issues of common interest and concern.
- Become a leader on Great Lakes and St. Lawrence issues by serving as an officer of the Caucus, as a member of the Executive Committee, or on issue-specific committees and task forces.
- Take advantage of opportunities to attend annual Caucus meetings, quarterly web meetings, Birkholz Institutes, and other meetings related to water quality in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River.
- Stay informed with the quarterly e-newsletter “Great Lakes-St. Lawrence News for Legislators,” plus state and federal legislative trackers compiling detailed information on bills that may have an impact on the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River.
There is no cost to join — only benefits.