Dave Dempsey to Speak at Annual Meeting
Of the Friends of the
Environmental Interpretive Center
University of Michigan-Dearborn
On Thursday, September 25, the Friends of the
Dave Dempsey has a long and distinguished career in environmental issues,
spanning over 25 years. From
1983-1989, he served as environmental advisor to Governor James Blanchard, and
was appointed by President Clinton to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission,
serving from 1994-2001. Dave has
written two award-winning books on the environment, Ruin and Recovery: Michigan’s Rise as a Conservation Leader
and On the Brink: the
The Friends of the
The annual meeting of members also includes the introduction of board members and a brief review of the progress of the past year. Members and the general public are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided.
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