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Creating a 21st Century Water Management System in Michigan

Grant Amount

$400,000

Geographic Focus

Michigan

Grantee Location

Lansing, MI

United States

Grant Period

January 1, 2019 -
December 31, 2020

Founded in 1980, the Michigan Environmental Council is one of Michigan’s premier voices in Lansing for protection of the Great Lakes and Michigan’s environment. With prior support, the grantee focused on drinking water in the wake of Flint’s water crisis, interviewed local and national experts, performed background research, created a drinking water tool kit, and a new drinking water framework. They remain active on critical state policy discussions including a new lead and copper rule and funding for water infrastructure. With this renewal grant, the grantee will organize its work to make water governance transparent and accountable, compile maps and data to raise awareness of drinking water problems and solutions, seek policy and funding improvements to protect the Great Lakes, and seek to elevate water as a high-priority topic for Michigan residents.

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