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  • FLOW & The Boardman Review

    FLOW & The Boardman Review

      FLOW was recently honored to be featured in an on-line and print magazine, the Boardman Review.  It features travelogues, lifestyle profiles, literature, music and documentaries that showcase young and established creatives whose work and lives contribute to the Northern Michigan community. The magazine includes multi-media elements with each piece.  We …Read More »
  • Where Did the Water Go?

    Where Did the Water Go?

    Jim Maturen of Reed City is a lifelong conservationist who looked personally into the concern that Nestle’s water withdrawals are affecting critical and sensitive trout streams. He did it the old-fashioned way – he went out in the streams. We asked him for his observations. The controversy over Nestlé’s extraction …Read More »
  • State should end discussion, take action on Line 5

    State should end discussion, take action on Line 5

    When the police pulls a resident over for going 100 mph in a 55-mph zone, they don't cluck their tongues -- they click their ticket books. But when Michigan’s state government catches Enbridge Energy putting the Great Lakes at risk by failing again to disclose dangerous conditions on its Line …Read More »
  • Illuminating Information in the Straits of Mackinac

    Illuminating Information in the Straits of Mackinac

    Deep beneath the Straits of Mackinac, where twin petroleum pipelines cross the lakebed, sunlight has difficulty penetrating. But there’s more illumination at that depth than there is on key information involving the safety of the pipelines, thanks to deplorable tactics of state agencies and the pipeline owner, Enbridge. The recent …Read More »
  • Pitting Corrosion and the Impact of Zebra and Quagga Mussels on Bare Steel Pipelines

    Pitting Corrosion and the Impact of Zebra and Quagga Mussels on Bare Steel Pipelines

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TO MEDIA: November 3, 2017 Liz Kirkwood, Executive Director                                                                  Cell: 570-872-4956 FLOW (For Love of …Read More »

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