Monday, December 13, 2010

Student Environmental Coalition fights to "Save the Wild U.P."

MARQUETTE -- The President of Grand Valley State University’s Student Environmental Coalition (SEC), Katie Sexton, is hoping to help the Upper Peninsula's modest manpower in the process of gaining momentum, educating and informing Michigan’s students about the metallic sulfide mining process.

"People in the U.P. lack the numbers to create a strong political opposition to this mine, and this organization is a way of getting other Michiganders, environmentalists, and people concerned with the basic human right to fresh, clean water concerned about the threats that these mining projects pose," Sexton said....
Read the article about these concerned students by Anya Zentmeyer of the Grand Valley Lanthorn, posted Dec. 9, 2010, on Save the Wild UP.

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