May 28, 2019, Adrian, Michigan – In response to recent concerns about the quality of water in Lenawee County, Michigan, Pam Taylor of Environmentally Concerned Citizens of South Central Michigan gave a presentation on water quality May 14 at Weber Retreat and Conference Center. Pam spoke of various practices that can affect the safety and quality of water, such as the use of concentrated animal feeding operations and fertilizers and encouraged local citizens to be advocates for clean, safe water. Read the full article in The Daily Telegram and watch the presentation.
May 8, 2019, Adrian, Michigan – Pam Taylor of Environmentally Concerned Citizens of South Central Michigan will speak to Lenawee County residents Tuesday, May 14, 2019, about the quality of the water which we drink and in which we bathe, swim, fish, and boat. “What’s in the Water?” begins at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Weber Retreat and Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public.
The same water that supplies drinking water for the people in Adrian, Blissfield, and Deerfield is used for swimming, fishing, and boating. This presentation will explore the quality of this water, the groundwater that becomes drinking water for towns and the wells of rural residents, and the existing and emerging issues found all across Lenawee County. Learn about rules and regulations, how to identify the challenges we face, and how to report them.
Weber Center is on the campus of the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ Motherhouse, 1257 E. Siena Heights Drive, Adrian. Enter the Eastern-most driveway of the complex and follow the signs to Weber Center. For information, call the Weber Center at 517-266-4000.
The event will also be live-streamed.