A conservation voter can be anyone.
In the Great Lakes State, the health of our land, air and water affects us all in ways both big and small.
These are the stories of people like you who care about our communities and our natural resources and want to make a difference in the state they love.
from Ann Arbor
Lwam almost couldn’t help growing up with an interest in the environment. “Being from Seattle,” she explains, “it’s kind of an assumption that everyone is interested in and engaged in the environment.” But over the years, Lwam has often found herself feeling out of place in the environmental movement >>
Jim introduces himself this way: “I’m seventy-one years old, and I have spent my entire life either very, very near to the Great Lakes or just a little bit away.” But lately he’s noticed some concerning changes >>
“I have a very strong love and passion for the environment.” Karen doesn’t just say that, she lives it. Since her retirement, Karen has jumped head-first into fighting for safe, healthy water in Michigan >>
One day in 2014, Brigitte got a phone call from someone at Michigan LCV. It was Michigan LCV’s Southeast Michigan Regional Coordinator, Henry, and he was asking for phone bank volunteers. It didn’t take long for Brigitte to make up her mind. Brigitte understands better than most how pollution can impact our health and our lives >>