On October 7 & 8, researchers and policymakers from across the Great Lakes basin came together in Waterloo to discuss the current state and future approaches to integrated lake-watershed models, and how these models can inform science policy. The workshop was hosted by the Lake Futures project, which is part of the CFREF-funded Global Water Futures program. The keynote of the workshop given by Dr. Don Scavia from the University of Michigan was entitled “Using multiple watershed and lake models to guide setting and achieving nutrient loading targets”. The workshop included a number of speakers and panel discussions that addressed both watershed and lake modelling and included contributions from Ecohydrology Research Group members Philippe Van Cappellen and Serghei Bocaniov. More information of the workshop can be found here.