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February 18, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Georgetown Township Public Library
If you live in the Great Lakes State, you may think that access to fresh drinking water will always be available. New research indicates this may not necessarily be true. Learn about the natural and human-induced factors that are contributing to declining water levels in the natural water storage systems (aquifers) that are located deep underground in West Michigan and used by many people as their primary source of drinking water. This presentation will make you think twice about using fresh drinking water to get that green lawn you always thought you needed.
Come share in a unique opportunity for residents and business owners in West Michigan! This presentation will allow you to learn more about our groundwater system and the importance of managing our water resources in a more sustainable manner. To learn more, please visit www.miottawa.org/groundwater.