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Wednesday, April 22, 2009
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

How can we capitalize on our biggest asset and sustain it for future generations?

"Water ? Our Region's Biggest Asset" is a three-part series that focuses on the importance of water to our historical development, efforts to maintain its sustainability and prospects for future growth featuring our most abundant asset.

Part 3: Wednesday, April 22: How can we capitalize on our biggest asset and sustain it for future generations? Speakers: State Senator Tim Grendell and Chris Varley, GenerationFoundation Fellow for Sustainable Development, Great Lakes Science Center.

"Water ? Our Region's Biggest Asset" is a three-part series that focuses on the importance of water to our historical development, efforts to maintain its sustainability and prospects for future growth featuring our most abundant asset. Part 3: Wednesday, April 22: How can we capitalize on our biggest asset and sustain it for future generations? Speakers: State Senator Tim Grendell and Chris Varley, GenerationFoundation Fellow for Sustainable Development, Great Lakes Science Center.

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