Our Spring Series
in partnership with
Oceans, Lakes, and Streams
Protecting Water Globally and Locally
PFAs and the health of our local watersheds. Lead in our municipal water. The state of the Great Lakes and our oceans. The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan is pleased to partner with the Kent District Library on a series that explores water issues regionally and globally, and how our community can be better stewards of this precious resource.
Kentwood Branch, Kent District Library
4950 Breton Rd SE, Kentwood, MI 49508
Public invited. No reservations needed.
Free admission. Free parking.
Monday, April 15
“State of our Ground Water”
Garret Ellison, MLive
Drs. Gail Heffner and Dave Warners, Plaster Creek Stewards
Dr. Richard R. Rediske, Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute (AWRI)
moderator: Elaine Sterrett Isely, West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC)
Wednesday, April 24
“Learning from the Flint Water Crisis”
with Anna Clark, author of The Poisoned City:
Flint’s Water and the American Urban Tragedy
Want to learn more? Kent District Library
offers a recommended reading list.