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Catalyst Radio: WMEAC talks watersheds, pipelines, environmental conservation

WMEAC celebrates its 50th anniversary next year and has many accomplishments to celebrate including this year’s Grand River cleanup which included over 1,300 volunteers.
Soundboard at Catalylst Radio

Soundboard at Catalylst Radio /Courtesy of WYCE

The West Michigan Environmental Action Council’s (WMEAC) Executive Director, Bill Wood, talks with host, Cindy Kamp, about initiatives to protect local watersheds, shut down Line 5, and encourage environmental conservation. WMEAC celebrates its 50th anniversary next year and has many accomplishments to celebrate including this year’s Grand River cleanup which included over 1,300 volunteers. Bill also discusses core values he learned growing up in the rural Midwest and how they have impacted his professional life.

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