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great lakes marine debris removed

Great Lakes marine debris removed

The Superior Watershed Partnership announced it has used funding awarded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine Debris Program to host coastal cleanups, beach hikes, and diving events this past summer for the city of Marquette, Michigan plus the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community and the Bay Mills Indian Community. Read the full story by…

how northwestern michigan colleges newest degree could help shape water cleanup projects in michigan and beyond

How Northwestern Michigan College’s newest degree could help shape water cleanup projects in Michigan and beyond

A brand-new degree program is coming to Northwestern Michigan College next fall. The program, an associate of applied science in water quality environmental technology, will focus on training a workforce supporting the direct monitoring and cleanup of waters within the Great Lakes watershed. Read the full story by The Ticker. Read the full story

black friday turns green in new program

Black Friday turns green in new program

The Traverse City, Michigan-based Conservation Resource Alliance plans to rebrand Black Friday as Green Friday to kick off its participation in the new Forest to Mi Faucet program. The primary focus is to make a link between forest cover and clean drinking water. Read the full story by the Traverse City Record-Eagle. Read the full…

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