Making Decisions for a Sustainable, Equitable, and Resilient Flint 

Freshwater Future would like to thank everyone who was able to attend our workshop. We appreciate everyone’s participation and feedback on the event. Below are resources and presentations from the event.

Structured Decision Making PowerPoint

Problem Framing Worksheet Flint

SMART for Flint

Other Resources On Structured Decision Making

Our Members and Partner Organizations are always planning awesome events across the Great Lakes region. Check this page if you are looking for events near for you!

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Save the Date!

Water Summit

The 2019 Water Summit held by Celebrate Water Door County will be held from June 4th-June 6th in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin. Learn more and register for the event here.

“The Devil We Know” Showing and Open Discussion

Freshwater Future is hosting a FREE showing of The Devil We Know a documentary exposing the risks of PFAS and the effects on a small West Virginia community and the Ohio River Valley. The first showing is March 14th in Muskegon, MI. We will hold a discussion panel afterward. See the flyer for more details. Read more about PFAS here.

“This is no ordinary documentary. This is a film that will chill you to your very core…”
-The Movie Guys

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