Author: Latia Leonard

Freshwater Future, Clean Water For All, The Junction Coalition Host Youth Canoe Camp

Posted on July 2, 2019 by

Freshwater Future in partnership with The Junction Coalition, held a week-long Youth Water Camp in Toledo, Ohio. Youth ages 10-18 from around the Great Lakes Region canoed the Maumee River, and later fellowshipped to learn about Harmful Algal Bloom and water policy education. The event was sponsored by several organizations and community leaders from across […]

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Thank You Blakes!

Posted on May 23, 2019 by

Thank you to our friends at Blake’s Hard Cider in Armada, MI for their efforts in making a #KinderCider for the Great Lakes! With their generous donation from their coffee cider, Freshwater Future will be able to continue our work in ensuring a healthy future for the Great Lakes!

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Keeping Flint at the Forefront of Our Consciousness

Posted on September 13, 2018 by

Nearly three weeks ago, I like millions all over the world, watched as some of the world’s biggest stars paid tribute to Aretha Franklin during her televised funeral service. One dignitary after another gave their fondest memories of Aretha, some of which included their final conversations with her. One of those speakers included retired Michigan […]

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Clean Water for All

Posted on January 17, 2018 by

Across the Great Lakes states and beyond, organizations are coming together to defend federal laws that protect our water from contamination. Organized in response to the Trump administration’s June 2017 proposal to eliminate key federal protections for U.S waters and the Great Lakes, the Clean Water For All campaign has been working hard to ensure that community […]

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