Michigan, surrounded by the Great Lakes, is known for its thousands of miles of rivers and and countless inland lakes. These natural resources have had a complicated relationship with industrial, agricultural, recreational, and human life. In the documents attached below, students consider the implications of pollution in some of Michigan's most prominent waterways.
Pollution of Rivers Associated with the Great Lakes
by Steven P.
Water Pollution: A Michigan Case Study
Clean Water in the Great Lakes
Pollution in Our Local Watershed