OVER 50 YEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION
There is a beauty in our dunelands, the banks of our rivers, the streams that run through our cities. But this beauty reveals its truest form in the people that are willing to protect it, using their energy and passion for creating change in our communities and ensuring stability in our natural resources. That passion has been seen for 50 years since WMEAC first organized to protect our rivers and streams from pesticides like DDT, and led the efforts to push for the Environmental Protection Act. It is seen today as we continue our work to protect our globally unique dunelands, as we use our communities’ hands to clean our rivers, and teach our young people about how to protect our water for the next 50 years.
Protecting our place is at once selfish and selfless, as we work to ensure our region is preserved for the future. The many hands. The many voices. The many miles of rivers, lakeshore, and duneland. These assets, together to create this place that we have chosen and have chosen to protect for many years to come.
wmeac policy resolutions
Following our mission to inform, engage and nurture an inclusive community acting together to protect natural resources, mitigate climate impacts, and build a resilient West Michigan, WMEAC’s policy committee is focused on sharing policy resolutions with our constituents. Read our most recent policy resolutions.