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Freshwater Weekly 8/17/17

Posted on August 17, 2017 by

This week: our favorite freshwater summer photos + speak out for clean water + more ways you can make a difference. A FRESHWATER SUMMER A few weeks ago, Freshwater Future Executive Director Jill Ryan vacationed with her family along Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where she snapped the photo above of a family friend […]

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Freshwater Summer

Posted on August 17, 2017 by

We’re soaking up these last few weeks of summer, and we want to see how you’ve been enjoying freshwater around the Great Lakes this season. Tag your summer photos on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with #freshwatersummer and we’ll re-share some of our favorites. Here are some recent faves from Freshwater Future staff and friends: Spending […]

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Freshwater Weekly 8/10/17

Posted on August 10, 2017 by

This week: public input making a difference on Line 5 + Brandon Road Study released + grant opportunities for grassroots groups + summer in photos + ways you can make a difference. BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD ON LINE 5 ALTERNATIVES REPORT Public input is having an impact! The State of Michigan raised a number […]

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