Groundwater Management Board (GMB)
The Groundwater Management Board's mission: To provide a multi-jurisdictional forum for coordination and cooperation to help assure adequate quantities and qualities of groundwater are available to meet regional needs.
The Groundwater Management Board was created to protect and preserve our drinking water at its source. The GMB is a group of communities, including the campus of Michigan State University, working together to maintain high standards of local groundwater quality through research, policy recommendations and education. The GMB has received numerous state and national recognitions for its innovative and cooperative programming. Visit www.capitalgroundwater.org
for more information.
GMB Holiday Breakfast Meeting, 2011 Presentation: "Water Resources from A-Z"
Children's Water Festival
The Groundwater Management Board (GMB) held its 16th Annual Children's Water Festival on May 10, 2012 at Michigan State University's Wells Hall. This free event was sponsored by the GMB and local businesses. The goal of the Children's Water Festival is to educate fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students on the importance of water conservation and protection. Through the use of hands-on activities and presentations the students become more aware of the relationship between water, their community, and themselves.
Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC)
The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC)
is a guiding body comprised of participating Phase II Stormwater communities within the Greater Lansing Region. The Committee has been established to guide the implementation of the entire Phase II Stormwater Program for the communities within three identified watersheds, the Grand River, the Red Cedar River and the Looking Glass River watersheds
For more information contact Erin Campbell
, GLRC Coordinator at 517.393.0344 ext. 22
GLRC's Latest Newsletter
• 2012 Annual Report
Middle Grand River Organization of Watersheds (MGROW)
To protect and preserve the history and the natural resources of the Middle Grand River watershed by promoting education, conservation, restoration, and wise use of watershed resources. For more information visit www.mgrow.org.
Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC)
Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) is a coalition of stakeholders working to achieve cleaner air and energy security in mid-Michigan through alternative fuel and vehicle usage, and fuel economy practices. Stakeholders include fleets, corporations, nonprofit organizations, utilities, local governments, and individuals — anyone interested in ways cleaner fuels, vehicles, and practices can improve our air quality and energy security