On the September edition of Environmentally Sound, host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, discusses the importance of our water natural resources.
In this month’s episode:
- Michele Arquette-Palermo, an official with the Clinton River Watershed Council who leads the Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education, discusses her work to protect and promote education of natural resources.
- UT associate professor and chair of Geography and Planning Patrick Lawrence talks about the recent annual “Clean Your Streams” event and efforts to preserve Ottawa River in Toledo.
- The importance of the Great Lakes to Michigan’s economy is the focus of conversation with Dave Lorenz of Pure Michigan Travel.
- And Ohio Nature Conservancy officials Josh Knights and Richard Hylant provide an update on their work to protect Ohio’s resources, specifically Lake Erie.