S.P.I.N. (Students Promoting Interest in Nature) and Sierra
2005 Water Forum
Tuesday, November 29 at 7pm
Banquet Room A in Oakland
The panel will be moderated by Jessica
Henry (S.P.I.N. President)
Jason Barbose (Public Interest Research Group in
Michigan Field Organizer)
Linda Schweitzer (Oakland University
Ken DeBeaussaert (Director of the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes)
Melissa Damaschke (Sierra Club Conservation
Here in Michigan,
the Great Lakes are critical to our tourist
economy, agriculture, shipping, commercial and sport fisheries, recreational
activities, and our drinking water supply. Find out from the panelists
how important it is that we protect this precious water from mercury pollution,
privatization and withdrawal, fertilizers and pesticides, and other harmful
For more information, contact Melissa at 248-435-5277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTIONS: Take I-75
north to University Drive
and head east straight onto the campus. Follow the circle almost
completely around and then turn right (look for Sierra Club sign).
Parking will be on the left and the Oakland
Center will be on the right.
Follow the Sierra Club signs. Enter the Oakland Center
and follow Sierra Club signs to Banquet Room A.
Sierra Club Conservation Organizer
North Crooks Road, Suite 105
Clawson, MI 48017