Michigan

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301 M.A.C. Ave.
Suite #104
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 203-0754
(517) 203-0760
552 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
734.222.6347
734.222.6473
23885 Denton Street
Suite B
Clinton Township, MI 48036
586.783.3277
586.783.4033

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Protecting Michigan’s Waters: Infrastructure for the Future

There are currently many threats to our water here in Michigan. Most of these threats have been looming for years, but action on them has been pushed off, as our legislature procrastinates and ignores the problems instead of taking the hard steps that action requires.

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Tell your legislators to fund water infrastructure updates now!

Act now, by contacting your State House representative and State Senator and urging them to take a stand for water by investing in updating and replacing our crumbling water infrastructure!

Three glasses of water on a table. Photo credit:  bunyarit / Shutterstock

Safe Drinking Water for Flint and Michigan

Support and stand in solidarity with the people of Flint.

Flint residents have been living with poisoned water and they need all Michiganders to help amplify their voices and make sure that the community gets what it needs.

Lansing / photo: istock Henryk Sadura

Pledge to go Beyond Voting

Pledge to go Beyond Voting this year- when regular people make the effort to get involved, we have government that works for all- not just corporations and special interests.

From We All Live Downstream

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Water Infrastructure will Lead to Job Creation

September 27, 2017

Investing in water infrastructure is imperative for the economy. It won’t just be an investment in clean and safe water, but an investment that will create and sustain jobs for millions of Americans.

Protect the Great Lakes, Shut Down Line 5

Over 11,000 CWA members make their voices heard, telling MDEQ to shut down Line 5

September 14, 2017

During the Pipeline Safety Advisory Board’s public comment period on Line 5 in July, over 11,000 Clean Water Action members in Michigan made their voices heard, telling the state to immediately decommission the Line 5 pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac.

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Update on Nestle’s attempt to withdraw and privatize more of Michigan’s water

August 31, 2017

Over the course of the last winter, Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality held a public comment period on Nestle again asking to increase the amount of water that they take from a well in Osceola Township, Michigan. Clean Water Action members from across the state made their voices heard.