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Title: Lee Botts & Paul Muldoon This Week on Great Lakes Town Hall
This Week in the Great Lakes Town Hall . . .
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Dear Great Lakes Neighbor,

Each week we invite grassroots activists, artists, officials, physicians, parents, young people and others to offer insightful commentary on their Great Lakes experiences and views. Of course, we also invite you to comment on their thoughts.

This week, the Great Lakes Town Hall is pleased to welcome distinguished authors, activists, and Great Lakes experts Paul Muldoon and Lee Botts. Their book, Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, was just published by the Michigan State University Press.

Lee Botts & Paul Muldoon
About Lee Botts and Paul Muldoon . . .

Lee Botts is founder of the Lake Michigan Federation, now called the Alliance for the Great Lakes. Botts considers her continuing role as a mentor to young persons who care about the environment to be most important, but the Great Lakes remain her great passion. She is an activist who has worked for more than 30 years both inside and outside government to address crucial national environmental problems. Currently, Lee is president of the Indiana Dunes Environmental Learning Center at Lake Michigan, a public/private partnership between the not for profit Learning Center and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, which provides innovative education programs for elementary and high school students.

Paul Muldoon is the Executive Director and counsel at the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). CELA is a non-profit, public interest organization established in 1970 to use existing laws to protect the environment and to advocate environmental law reforms. It is also a free legal advisory clinic for the public, and will act at hearings and in courts on behalf of citizens or citizens? groups who are otherwise unable to afford legal assistance. CELA also undertakes additional educational and law reform projects funded by government and private foundations. Paul Muldoon is the author of four books and numerous articles. He is the coeditor of Canadian Environmental Law Reports.

Don't miss this great opportunity to read and comment on the views of Paul Muldoon and Lee Botts in the Great Lakes Town Hall.

Guest speakers contribute content on a Great Lakes topic of their choice for five days. While there are basic rules of conduct, guest speakers are unedited and diverse views are welcome. If you are interested in serving as a guest speaker, please reply to this email.

From the Town Hall,

Jeffrey Potter
Jeffrey Potter
Biodiversity Project's Great Lakes Town Hall

phone: (608) 250-9876

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