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Nestle’s permit to pump more water

Posted on November 18, 2016 by

Michigan Radio outlines why Nestle’s permit to pump more water almost went unnoticed. Early in the week of November 28th, Freshwater Future will offer organizations in the basin the opportunity to sign onto comments.

Learn how it almost went unnoticed with Michigan Radio’s story, available here:  Nestle’s permit to pump more water almost went unnoticed. State now says full public review coming.

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