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Protecting Freshwater Resources Together

Date: November 8, 2012
Time: 9:30am-4:00pm Eastern
Location: Flint, Michigan
Cost: $25

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Want to travel fast, travel alone.
Want to travel far, travel together.

-African proverb.

Intuitively we know we can better protect our freshwater resources by deliberately and strategically working together, but are we doing a good enough job?

Please join us for an exciting and interactive day of learning and inspiration as discussion is facilitated by Judy Anderson of Community Consultants. This gathering is an opportunity for staff and volunteers from water protection and land conservation organizations to better connect, gain a deeper understanding of what each other does, strategize about how to work better together, and be inspired to take action to collaborate for the enhanced protection of our freshwater resources.

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