[Date Prev][Date Next][Date Index]

E-M:/ 10/25 Monroe - Coastal Land Use Forum & Survey

Lake Erie and Mouth of Detroit River
Coastal Land Use Forum & Survey

Tuesday October 25, 2005
6:30pm Refreshments
7-9 pm Presentation and Discussion

Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters campus
Community Room
610 West Elm Avenue
Monroe, MI
(734) 240-9837

Tanya Cabala, Michigan Environmental Council
John Hartig, Director Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge
Robert Peven, Assistant Director, AICP, Monroe County Planning Dept.
Dan Stefanski, Monroe County Drain Commissioner

Take our Coastal Land Use Survey at

The River Raisin Institute, Ecology Center and UAW Region 1A Toxic Waste Squad with support from the Michigan Environmental Council are interested in knowing your opinion on coastal land use concerns. Local coastal areas, like others throughout the state and nation, are an increasingly attractive place for residents and visitors alike; and as such, they are in particular danger from over development and pollution. Population growth in coastal areas tends to be higher than in inland areas. Simply put, more people want to live near the water, which fragments unique coastal habitats such as wetlands.

Endorsed by
Ecology Center, Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters, Michigan Environmental Council, River Raisin Institute, UAW Region 1A Toxic Waste Squad

Please forward as appropriate

Brad van Guilder, Ph. D.
Community Organizer

Ecology Center
117 North Division Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1580

(734) 663-2400 ext 114
(734) 663-2414 FAX
(313) 205-6386 CELL Not available while driving!


UAW Local 174 Environmental Committee Chair
UAW Region 1A Toxic Waste Squad