White Lake Area Climate Activists lead the City of Montague to declare a Climate Emergency

Written by Sarah Gibes; Photo courtesy Tamara Horne (Tamara Horne, left; Lori Heinz Coleman, right) When the White Lake Area Climate Action Council (WLACAC) first met, they connected through their…

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Water Pollution, Inclusivity Emphasized At Congressional Candidate Forum

Written by: Beau Brockett Jr. Eight candidates for the Michigan legislature outlined their solutions to environmental problems to a packed conference room at June 28’s Kent County Candidate Forum on…

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Barry-Eaton District Health Department Loses Septics Policy that Protected Water and Public Health

Written By: Joshua Vissers   The Barry-Eaton District Health Department (BEDHD) released a report in September 2017 that detailed the impact of their Time of Sale or Transfer (TOST) regulation…

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Environmental Groups Implore Army Corps of Engineers to Deny Permits for Saugatuck Dunes Excavation

For Immediate Release Contact:  Jon Helmrich at 616-451-3051, x130 | jhelmrich@wmeac.org or Katie Parrish, (239) 537-9507 | katieparrish@michiganlcv.org   WMEAC and MLCV Joined by Over a Dozen Groups to Implore Army Corps of Engineers…

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