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State of Michigan Approval of Grant for Copperwood Mine Reveals Rifts in the Environmental Movement and the Need for Dialogue

By Brian Noell, Communications Director, YDWP On Tuesday, March 26, the Michigan Strategic Fund board voted unanimously to approve a $50 million grant to Canadian-owned Highland Copper to aid in development of a sulfide mine adjacent to Lake Superior and Porcupine Mountain State Park. Although the result was not unexpected, it and the subsequent public …

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Before You Build: A Guide for Landowners

YDWP has created a new resource for landowners along the Yellow Dog (or any) River, containing information for protecting against land loss and preserving habitat, as well as recommendations on setbacks and buffer zones for those seeking to build near the river.

Concert in Celebration of the Earth

The work of the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve is being honored at this set of concerts in celebration of the Earth, presented by the Marquette Choral Society in partnership with the Cedar Tree Institute. Come join us if you can!