And we’ll show you two ways to help. Together, we can be a voice for change and protect Michigan’s land, air, water, public health, and democracy.
The outdated, 68-year-old pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac is set to be shut down in May. Enbridge’s time has run out — but they aren’t going down without a fight. A Line 5 rupture in the Straits of Mackinac would impact 700 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, take years to clean up and devastate our Great Lakes economy. Shutting down Line 5 is crucial to protect the Great Lakes from a catastrophic oil spill.
Join Michigan LCV and Jeff Insko, Professor of English at Oakland University, Whitney Gravelle, President, Bay Mills Indian Community, Riyaz Kanjii, Tribal Litigator at Kanji & Katzen and Michigan LCV board member, for a conversation on the steps to shutting down Line 5.