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  • Saginaw Bay region hosting Earth Day celebration
  • ‘Alexis Rockman: The Great Lakes Cycle’ is a must-see art exhibit for Great Lakes lovers
  • Upwellings Newsletter February 2018
  • Great Lakes Conference, ANR Week
  • 4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp – registration now open!
  • Thunder Bay International Film Festival
  • Upwellings, December 2017
  • Fellowship Opportunities
  • Are Great Lakes water levels headed up in 2018?
  • Apply Now for NOAA Teacher at Sea Program

Saginaw Bay region hosting Earth Day celebration

Earth Day celebrates our planet’s natural resources each year on April 22. First celebrated in 1970 with the support of Gaylord Nelson, former U.S. senator from Wisconsin, Earth Day signals the launch of the modern environmental movement. From hosting events to raise community awareness about environmental issues to leading stewardship efforts, there are many ways to celebrate. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has a list of Earth Day activities around the state, and in the Saginaw Bay region, community members have many opportunities. learn more