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Get ready for some good news!  Several interviews have been posted recently that focus on cleanup of White Lake, from the establishment of a Great Lakes program by an international agency to assist communities like the White Lake area address pollution problems, to the formation of a local citizen advisory group in 1992 that has helped to guide White Lake to a successful recovery.  In these recent interviews, you will find out about the International Joint Commission and its effort to help the public get involved and push for cleanups.  You will also learn about the important roles of the White Lake Public Advisory Council and Muskegon Conservation District.  The topics covered in these interviews are a little more technical and focused on process, but are valuable for explaining the framework through which progress has been made at restoring our lake.

View the John Hartig interview and Jeff Auch and Greg Mund interview to find out more.

What are your thoughts?  Were you aware of the International Joint Commission and did you know about the efforts of the White Lake Public Advisory Council and Muskegon Conservation District?

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  1. Lynne Unger
    February 15, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    Hi Tanya,

    Interested in what I can do to stop the Asian Carp from entering our Michigan streams from Chicago. Keep up the good work! Let’s have lunch and brainstorm!

    • February 16, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      Hi Lynne! I would be rich, I think, if I had the solution to the Asian Carp problem! But yes, let’s do lunch and discuss. I do know there are some efforts underway, but it is likely very costly and not sure the political will is available to get something done – darn! Send me some dates for lunch and I will check my calendar! Good to see you at the Alley Door Club! Tanya

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