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  • The Buck Stops With Them

    The Buck Stops With Them

    Photo: Nancy May – work available at numerous shops on Mackinac Island FLOW reminds state leaders they have the power to defend the Great Lakes from Enbridge. Governor Snyder and Attorney General Schuette have the legal authority to protect the Great Lakes from the major risk posed by the antiquated …Read More »
  • An Evening for the Great Lakes

    An Evening for the Great Lakes

    A Special Celebration to Benefit FLOW Come join us on July 5th for an evening of farm-to-table fare from Epicure Catering, beverages from Baia Estate Leelanau, Arbor Brewing, and Iron Fish Distillery, and delight in the music of 4-time GRAMMY winning mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile. An Evening for the Great Lakes …Read More »
  • Morning on the Manistee

    Morning on the Manistee

    5:32 AM Fishing! Bleary eyed, I rolled out of bed and slowly pulled on a tshirt, long-sleeved shirt, flannel, sweatshirt, and jacket. Tossing a bigger jacket, raincoat, and extra socks into my bag, I dragged myself to the kitchen and immediately flipped the switch on the instant kettle. Give me …Read More »
  • Saving the Straits of Mackinac

    Saving the Straits of Mackinac

    Saving the Straits of Mackinac Yesterday, May 22, 2018, marks the day our stat’s citizens threatened with the terrible harm of an oil spill from a failed Line 5 in the Straits of Mackinac took matters into their own hands. The Straits of Mackinac Alliance (SMA) filed a contested-case petition …Read More »
  • Appreciating Our Submerged Lands: Michigan

    Appreciating Our Submerged Lands: Michigan

    Submerged Michigan   38,000 square miles.  That’s a lot of real estate.  In fact, it’s bigger than the square mileage of 12 states — including Indiana, West Virginia and Massachusetts.   It’s part of Michigan.  It’s a part you and all other citizens of Michigan own.   And it’s all underwater, …Read More »

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