Dear friend of FLOW,
Imagine a Day without Water—without the Great Lakes, groundwater, or drinking water in your life for 24 hours. How would you flush, brush, shower, drink, and eat? How would you go to school or work? How would the regional Great Lakes economy—powered by fresh water commerce, research, and tourism—still function? What if the U.S. Supreme Court shrinks the Clean Water Act?
Join FLOW today—on this national day of recognition of the value of fresh water—in reflecting on these questions and the circumstances that so many families, friends, neighbors, and fellow Americans don’t have to merely imagine, because we already face them.
Support FLOW in our efforts to ensure the Great Lakes, groundwater, and drinking water are healthy, public, and protected for all. Together with you, we are constantly on guard, recently telling the U.S. Army Corps that the threat to the Great Lakes and lack of public need should sink the proposed oil tunnel, and offering new insights into the State of Water Quality in Michigan.
P.S.— Check out these events hosted by FLOW’s allies:
- October 20 at 7 p.m.—Join the Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council on Zoom for a talk— and video presentation with Peter Sinclair on climate change occurring in Greenland and what we can do locally to take climate action.
- October 21 at 9 a.m.—Register for the15th annual Freshwater Summit taking place in person in Traverse City and hosted by The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay.