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Title: Author Barbara Spring 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 critically acclaimed Great Lakes author, educator and activist Barbara Spring. Don't miss this chance to read a new essay from Barbara every day this week - only on the Great Lakes Town Hall!

About Barbara Spring . . .

Barbara Spring is the author of two books: The Dynamic Great Lakes, a critically acclaimed book about the ever changing Great Lakes ecosystems, and The Wilderness Within, a book of nature poetry and essays. Both books are in many university and public libraries. The Dynamic Great Lakes is in the Google Scholar program since it is in the University of Michigan?s Bentley Library.

A resident of Grand Haven, Michigan, Barbara worked on grassroots committees for many years for the improvement of the environment: Michigan Pesticides Council; Kitchel Dune Committee; Water Resources Chairman for the League of Women Voters on the state level. She has presented programs in the schools, museums and Michigan communities to educate about the Great Lakes. Barbara has also taught in Grand Haven Public Schools and at Grand Valley State University. She has designed courses around environmental studies.

She maintains an educational website: The Dynamic Great Lakes, used by schools and individuals in many countries: www. geocities.com/barbaraspring.

Don't miss this great opportunity to read and comment on the views of Barbara Spring 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.

Your Great Lakes Neighbor,

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

phone: (608) 250-9876

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