Thursday, February 4, 7–9 pm
CAFOs, Lake Erie algae and more
Lynn Henning, family farmer, Sierra Club Water Sentinel and winner of the prestigious Goldman Prize Award for 2010
Her talk will address the problems resulting from government policies that favor negative agricultural practices and results, such as the recent pollution in Lake Erie that brought large algae blooms. She has worked with the Michigan Sierra Club Chapter for many years, concentrating on the noxious effects of the state’s poorly regulated CAFOs.
General Meeting Location:
Elks Lodge, 2401 E 4th St, Royal Oak, MI 48067 — South of 11 Mile Road, on 4th Street and Stephenson Hwy. (I 75 Service Drive). Enter parking lot from Stephenson or 4th Street, and look for the Sierra Club sign. (map)
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