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GT Bay Watershed & Climate Change: Register to Understand

October 16, 2012
GT Bay Watershed & Climate Change: Register to Understand

Want to hear the real story on the Boardman River dam removals, the ins and outs of inland lake fish shelters, what's up with Grand Traverse Bay's sinking water levels, and what lies in the waters of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary? Then you need to attend the Freshwater Summit on Friday, Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. at the Hagerty Center, 715 E. Front St. in Traverse City. You'll hear from:
• Dave Ulrich of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative: Change the Great Lakes for the Better
• Ralph Bednarz of the Michigan DEQ: Lakes Assessment Survey
• Guy Meadows, Ph.D. of the Great Lakes Research Center: Secrets Beneath Lake Huron
• Dr. Dave Hyndman of MSU: Grand Traverse Bay Watershed Climate Change
• Matt Herbert of The Nature Conservancy and Randy Claramunt of the MDNR: Restoring Critical Fish Spawning Reefs

Note: Today is the last day to register ($30 includes all sessions and lunch). You can do so online or by calling Denise Baker at 231-935-1514. 


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Dave on October 16, 2012 10:13am

I read a non-fiction book written from the diaries of by an author who live Michigan's UP back in the late 1800's. They had a winter, back then, where they couldn't move the felled trees to the mills because there was no snow that year - a natural occurrence. People who make climate change their religion need to get real and stop trying to change nature and learn to live with it. Climate is cyclical. The people along the Boardman are suffering due to these eco-wacko groups who should be the ones to pay for the muddy and flooding clean-up along the Boardman and not the tax payers.

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