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SG-W:/ Dempsey lecture: Michigan's Environmental History



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>Please circulate to interested groups or individuals:
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>               DAVE DEMPSEY
>         author, Ruin and Recovery:
>Michigan's Rise as a Conservation Leader
>
>            will lecture on
>
>    "Question Authority: The Lessons
>  of Michigan's Environmental History"
>
>           Monday, March 11
>            4:00-5:30 p.m.
>            1505 CC Little Bldg
>(on N. University Ave, near Natural History Museum)
>
>For campus map, see: http://www.umich.edu/~newsinfo/ccamp.html
>
>     ************************
>
>Dave Dempsey served as the Executive Director of the Michigan
>Environmental Council in 1982-83 and as environmental advisor
>to Michigan Governor James J. Blanchard from 1983-89.  From
>1991 to 1994, Dempsey was program director and state director
>of Clean Water Action.  President Clinton appointed him to
>serve on the Great Lakes Fishery Commission in 1994, where he
>served until 2001.  Dempsey currently serves as Policy Advisor
>for the Michigan Environmental Council.
>
>This event is sponsored by The Program in the Environment.
>
>__________________________
>Alicia A. Farmer
>Program Coordinator, Program in the Environment
>
>University of Michigan
>1024 Dana Building
>430 E. University
>Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1115
>
>phone: 734-764-6453
>fax:   734-936-2195


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Mary Beth Doyle, MPH
Environmental Health Project
Ecology Center
117 N. Division
Ann Arbor MI 48104

734-663-2400 ext 108
734-663-2414 (fax)



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