Plan outlines 30-year vision for stewardship of water resources
June 10, 2016
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s Office of the Great Lakes today published the first part of Michigan’s Water Strategy, a 30-year plan to protect, manage and enhance Michigan’s globally unique water resources.
The Strategy is focused on wise use of Michigan’s waters to ensure healthy citizens, vibrant communities, sustainable economies and stewardship of the state’s water heritage. Part I of the Strategy released today is centered on promoting stewardship through improving water literacy and community engagement, and on protecting and preserving Michigan’s water resources.