The State of Waste: Nutrient Pollution & Water - Capitol Connection webinar
Too much of anything is never good. That includes nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen, which make their way from manure and wastewater into our lakes and streams, degrading water quality and habitats. Algal blooms are the most visible signifier.
Michigan Environmental Council water policy director Megan Tinsley and Pam Taylor of Environmentally Concerned Citizens of South Central Michigan are advocating to the Capitol and to the court ways to protect our waters from nutrient pollution.
Join them and Conan Smith, Environmental Council president & CEO, as they talk about the state of waste, what it's doing to our water and how we can limit it.
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The Capitol Connection webinar series is generously sponsored by:
Steve & Judy Dobson