• ArcelorMittal
    ArcelorMittal is the world's leading steel and mining company, with a presence in 60 countries and an industrial footprint in 18 countries. Guided by a philosophy to produce safe, sustainable steel, we are the leading supplier of quality steel in the major global steel markets including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, with world-class research and development and outstanding distribution networks. 

    Through our core values of sustainability, quality and leadership, we operate responsibly with respect to the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, contractors and the communities in which we operate. For more information about ArcelorMittal, visit: corporate.arcelormittal.com or usa.arcelormittal.com.

    Since 2007, ArcelorMittal has partnered with the NFWF to sustain, restore, and protect fish and wildlife habitat in the Great Lakes basin. ArcelorMittal’s leadership and dedication to improving the ecological health and water quality of the Great Lakes helped create the Sustain Our Great Lakes program, a public-private partnership that has awarded more than $73 million in grant funding to support stream, riparian, wetland and shoreline habitat restoration and green stormwater infrastructure projects across the bi-national Great Lakes region. 

    Additionally, ArcelorMittal supports two regional programs within the Great Lakes basin: the Chi-Cal Rivers Fund and Southeast Michigan Resilience Fund. The Chi-Cal Rivers Fund is a public-private partnership dedicated to restoring the health, vitality and accessibility of the waterways in the Chicago/Calumet region by awarding grants for green stormwater infrastructure, habitat enhancement and public-use improvements. The Southeast Michigan Resilience Fund, a new public-private partnership launched in 2018, awards grants to increase the resilience of communities and natural resources in Southeast Michigan by reducing the impact of stormwater, improving water quality, enhancing habitat, and increasing the accessibility and usability of public green space and natural areas.